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V1331 is a young star in Cygnus that sits in the dark nebula LDN981. Image is a total of seven and a half hours of exposure using 15-minute subs. Equipment was the Sky90 array and M26C OSC CCDs.

Greg

 

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How did I find out I picked the wrong star? Because I decided to take a look at the DSS data and put V1331 in the centre of the field - this is what I got.

Greg

 

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Very cool. Circumstellar disc (a mostly depleted accretion disc,,,posssibly). 

Ray

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Interesting 'smoke ring' feature at about 11:00 from V1331 in the 3rd image near the top.

Kudos, Tim.

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Tim very interesting. My C14 would be able to zoom right in on that. Cygnus unfortunately is a tad low for me. I did shoot it once, but I drove out to the bush, and then up onto a monolith called Kokerbin Rock, which gave me super views of the Northern horizon. 

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On 7/7/2021 at 2:31 AM, timthelder said:

Interesting 'smoke ring' feature at about 11:00 from V1331 in the 3rd image near the top.

Kudos, Tim.

Yes - that is the DSS image and it is flipped top to bottom, so if you want the same area on one of my images, it's around 7:00 towards the bottom.

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