NGC6888

Observed:  Points: 1

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General Info

TypeNebula
ConstellationCygnus
Right ascension20h12'6.400''
Declination+38°21'18''
Size20 arc min
Catalog Designations NGC6888
Discovered 1792 William Herschel

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NGC6888

Seestar S50
1 points

Nom de l'objet NGC 6888, également connu sous le nom de la Nébuleuse du Croissant (C27) Date 2024-05-23 Heure 01:28 Nom du lieu Laval, Québec, Canada Durée (min.) 57 Longueur de la pause (s) 10 Coordonnés du lieu 45,56,-73,69 Magnitude qualité du ciel
Bortle Classe 9 Pourcentage lunaire 100 Nuages 10 Seeing 50 Transparence 30 Vent 7 Température 18 Température ressentit 18 Point de rosée 13 Humidité 72 Instrument Seestar S50 Filtre Double bande Type d'objet Nébuleuse diffuse Dimension Moyenne Diamètre estimé Environ 20% du champ de vision du télescope Seestar S50 Bords de l'objet Flous Forme de l'objet Bilobée Couleur de l'objet
Densité Moyenne, avec des régions plus denses au centre Nombre d'étoiles estimé Environ une dizaine d'étoiles visibles à travers la nébuleuse Apparence Filamenteuse, avec des renforcements notables dans certaines portions Éclat global Faible Appréciation Bel objet. La nébuleuse du Croissant est intéressante à observer avec le Seestar S50. À refaire sous des cieux plus sombres pour une observation plus détaillée.

Name of the object: NGC 6888, also known as the Crescent Nebula (C27)

Date: 2024-05-23

Time: 01:28

Location name: Laval, Quebec, Canada

Duration (min.): 57

Exposure length (s): 10

Location coordinates: 45.56, -73.69

Sky quality magnitude: Bortle Class 9

Lunar percentage: 100%

Clouds: 10%

Seeing: 50

Transparency: 30

Wind: 7

Temperature: 18°C

Felt temperature: 18°C

Dew point: 13°C

Humidity: 72%

Instrument: Seestar S50

Filter: Dual band

Object type: Diffuse nebula

Size: Medium

Estimated diameter: About 20% of the field of view of the Seestar S50 telescope

Object edges: Fuzzy

Object shape: Bilobed

Object color: Medium density, with denser regions in the center

Estimated number of stars: About ten stars visible through the nebula

Appearance: Filamentous, with notable enhancements in certain portions

Overall brightness: Low

Appreciation: Beautiful object. The Crescent Nebula is interesting to observe with the Seestar S50. Worth revisiting under darker skies for a more detailed observation.

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