IC 1848

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Soul Nebula, IC 1848, SH2-199

Name: IC 1848
Alternate Names: SH2-199, Soul Nebula
Constellation: Cassiopeia
Distance: 7,500 Light Years
Magnitude: 6.5
Size: 40 x 10 Arc Minutes
Type: Emission Nebula
Discovered: Edward Barnard Late 1890’s
Fun Facts: Star cluster IC 1848 is the source of radiation and stellar wind responsible for the formation of this nebula.

Telescope: Televue NP101
Camera: QSI 683
Mount: Losmandy G11
Exposure: SII= 8×1200 Seconds Ha= 8×1200 Seconds OIII=7×1200 Seconds

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