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(IAAC) Obj: NGC 6888



 Observer: Jens Bohle
 Your skills: advanced
 Date/time of observation: 11/05/99 
 Location of site: Vogelsberg, Germany
 Site classification: Rural
 Sky darkness: fst 6,7 (Umi) 
 Seeing: 7 <1-10 Seeing Scale (10 best)
 Moon presence: None - moon not in sky
 Instrument: 20" f/4.5 LOMO- Obsession
 Magnification: 83x- 214x
 Filter(s): [O-III]
 Object(s): NGC 6888  
 Category: Wolf Rayet Nebulae
 Class:? 
 Constellation: Cyg
 Data: -- mag   size 17'*13' 
 Position: RA :20h12m0  DEC :+38°21'
 Description:
Crescent nebulae- one of the bright objects in cygnus (still often misinterprated 
as a SNR). [OIII] Filter is very useful to see the big oval nebulae. First I saw 
only the typical "epsilon"- shape with the bright knots at itīs southern side. 
Some darklanes are in the bright NW area. Difficult for me was the detection of 
the whole(!) middle "string" (of the epsilon) from NW to opposite part. This 
string cuts the nebulae in two parts.   
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