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Exposure 25 Min.
Film Fujichrome Provia 400
Telescope/lens Stellarvue EDT 622mm/f6.1
Processing Minolta Dimage SD 4, Adobe Photoshop
Date 2004.10.12
Comments At the left the compact open cluster M29 and at the right NGC6888 or the Crescent Nebula. The Crescent Nebula is formed by strong stellar wind of the central Wolf-Rayet star WR136. The star will explode as a supernova in the near (astronomical) future.

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