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SH2-101 is an emission nebula that wasn't catalogued until 1959. It is very faint and requires plenty of exposure or good narrowband filters to capture. You can see why it's sometimes referred to as the Tulip Nebula.
Telescope:   Stellina
Length:   400mm
Aperture:   80mm
F-stop:   f/5.0
Sessions:   3
Captured:   2021-07-11 to 2021-11-01
Lights:   847
Exposure:   10
Total exposure:   2 h
Ra:   19h 59m 54.1s
Dec:   +35° 16' 48.031
Size:   60.569 x 44.013 arcmin
Radius:   0.624 deg
Scale:   0.634 arcsec/pixel