The Deep Photographic Guide to the

The constellation of the month

Cepheus, Lacerta

Deep Sky Objects

The following images are magnifications of the same original wide field image. In this way each object can be shown in a standard field of 3o x 3o and the colors and magnitudes can be compared. You should be aware, that the original image is a wide field view with a normal photographic lens! For some objects a telescope or telephoto lens image is available.

NGC 7000, North America Nebula, extended Emission Nebula in Cygnus
visible with binoculars
  • SEDS infos
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    NGC 7023, Reflection Nebula in Cepheus (right from center)
    T Cephei, variable star with extreme red spectral type M (left from center)
  • SEDS infos NGC 7023
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    M 39, NGC 7092, Open Cluster in Cygnus
    visible with binoculars
  • SEDS infos
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    IC 1396, extended Emission Nebula in Cepheus
  • Telescope image
  • SEDS infos
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    IC 5146, Cocoon Nebula, Emission Nebula in Cygnus
  • SEDS infos
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    NGC 7209, Open Cluster in Lacerta
  • SEDS infos
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    NGC 7243, Open Cluster in Lacerta
  • SEDS infos
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    S 132, Emission nebula in Cepheus
    Delta Cephei, Variable star, the prototype of the famous Cepheid pulsating variables with a given period-luminosity relation
    NGC 7380, Emission nebula in Cepheus
  • SEDS infos
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    M 52, NGC 7654, Open Cluster in Cassiopeia (upper left)
    NGC 7635, Bubble Nebula, Emission nebula in Cassiopeia (center)
    NGC 7538, Emission nebula in Cepheus (right from center)
  • Telescope image NGC 7635
  • SEDS infos M 52
  • SEDS infos NGC 7635
  • SEDS infos NGC 7538
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    NGC 7822, Emission Nebula in Cepheus (left and upper part)
    NGC 7762, Open Cluster in Cepheus (very weak right from the center)
  • SEDS infos NGC 7822
  • SEDS infos NGC 7762
  • © all photographs taken by Till Credner and Sven Kohle