NGC 6826, The Blinking Planetary - planetary nebula

NGC 6826 The Blinking Planetary

NGC 6826, The Blinking Planetary - planetary nebula
NGC 6826, The Blinking Planetary – planetary nebula

Object Name: NGC 6926. Caldwell 15..
RA: 19h 49m 48.0s; Dec: +50° 31′ 31 ”
Magnitude: 8.8
Object size: 27″x 24″
Distance: 2,000 light years approx.
Constellation: Cygnus
Type: Planetary Nebula
Description: PN, D, L, R, * 11M.
Location: Bonilla. Cuenca. Spain.
Date: July 1, 2014.
Time: 01:20 UT.
Material used: graphite pencils on white paper. Image processed with Photoshop. Converted into animated gif using two images.
Celestron Telescope S/C 8″ Mount Cgt-5
Eyepiece: LV-M 22mm; Magnification: 92x.
Condition: NEML: 5’91 (Zone 14 Cygnus). Temperature: 14°. Calm wind.

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4 thoughts on “NGC 6826 The Blinking Planetary”

  1. Mariano, fantastic sketch. With this magical animation we don’t need to utilize direct and averted vision to produce the blinking effect of this object as we do at the eyepiece ;’) I love it!

    John

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