NGC 7635

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Bubble Nebula, NGC 7635, Caldwell 11, SH2-162

Name: NGC 7635
Alternate Names: Caldwell 11, SH2-162, Bubble Nebula
Constellation: Cassiopeia
Distance: 11,000 Light Years
Magnitude: 10
Size: 15 x 8 Arc Minutes
Type: Emission Nebula
Discovered: William Herschel November 3, 1787
Fun Facts: The bubble in the Bubble Nebula was formed by the stellar wind from the young central star SAO 20575. It is constrained in size by the surrounding molecular cloud in which the Bubble Nebula resides.

Telescope: Televue NP101
Camera: SBIG 8300C
Mount: Celestron CGEM
Exposure: 42×600 Seconds

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