SADR is the central star of the Cross of Cygnus. It is supposed to be a swan but looks much more like a cross and the constellation is often called The Northern Cross. The whole area abounds in nebulosity that is very easy to capture with a camera.
This image, taken with a Samyang 135mm lens reveals a field of view of about 8 x 6 degrees. It is was made from 12 x 3 minutes in each of RGB and also a luminance of 24 x 3 minute Hydrogen Alpha 3nm data. CAmeras is Moravian Instruments G2-8300 loaded with 31mm Astrodon LRGBHa3nm filters.
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