dans la constellation du Cygne
Parution revue Astronomy magazine MARS 2018 READER GALLERY
Télescope Astrosib 360mm 14"
Monture Astrophysics AP1600 AE (encodeurs absolus)
Caméra SBIG STX 16003
Maxim DL + Pixinsight
Prise de vue:Total = 42h40mn en SHO
Date de prise de vue:août 2017
Ha=19h +SII=11h40mn + OIII=12h à -25°C
Lieu : Fregenal de la Sierra (Espagne) piloté depuis Bègles
Sharpless 101 (Sh2-101) is a H II region emission nebula located in the constellation Cygnus. It is sometimes
also called the Tulip Nebula because it appears to resemble the outline of a tulip when imaged photographically. It was catalogued by astronomer Stewart Sharpless in his 1959 catalog of nebulae. It lies at a distance of about 6,000 light-years (5.7×1016 km;
3.5×1016 mi) from Earth.
Sh2-101, at least in the field seen from earth, is in close proximity to microquasar Cygnus
X-1, site of one of the first suspected black holes. Cygnus X-1 is the brighter of the two stars (lower star) in close vertical proximity just to the right
of Sh2-101 in the image presented here.