γ Cas or gamma Cas is the middle point of the 'W' that makes up the constellation Cassiopeia. It is a rapidly spinning variable star that is incredibly bright. It dominates the scene and overpowers the delicate, faint reflection nebula nearby designed IC59 and named, 'The Ghost of Cassiopeia.' It took me over 500 exposures to draw out the detail of this elusive nebula.
|Captured:||2021-09-16 to 2021-10-09|
|Total exposure:||1 h|
|Ra:||0h 58m 25.7s|
|Dec:||+61° 00' 51.868|
|Size:||59.766 x 40.547 arcmin|