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A wizard or a flying horse?

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Observer
Dean Ashton
Time of observation
07/09/2019 - 23:00
Object
NGC7380
Observing location
St Austell, Cornwall UK
Equipment
Celestron 235mm (9.25") EdgeHD SCT
Celestron CGEM Mount
Celestron Nightscape 10100 colour camera
Exposure
/f7 22x600-seconds
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Open cluster NGC7380 is an open cluster in Cepheus.  It's associated emission nebula is know as the Wizard Nebula.  However, it is also referred to occasionally as the Flying Horse Nebula.  In this orientation, south is up, the flying horse is plain to see.

The image was captured over two-nights on the 28th August and 7th September 2019.

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