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Observation by David Strange: NGC7822 - The Teddy Bear Nebula

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David Strange

Observer

David Strange

Observed

2021 Nov 23 - 23:21

Uploaded

2021 Nov 24 - 23:24

Objects

NGC7822

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Constellation

Cepheus

Field centre

RA: 00h03m
Dec: +67°04'
Position angle: -0°14'

Field size

2°00' × 1°43'

Equipment
  • Redcat 51
  • ASI183MM
  • ASIair Pro
Exposure

20x120s

Location

Salcombe Regis, East Devon

Target name

The Teddy Bear Nebula

Title

NGC7822 - The Teddy Bear Nebula

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Grant Privett
Grant Privett, 2021 Nov 25 - 01:11 UTC

Nice picture but, I give up, why Teddy Bear?

David Strange
David Strange, 2021 Nov 25 - 09:55 UTC

Pair of brighter stars mark eyes, snout marked by single star. Circular patches of nebulosity with dark patches mark the ears. Think of Pudsey image and you'll get it!

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