Basic object information
Object name: NGC 6992 & NGC 6995

Popular name: Veil Nebula, eastern part
Object type: Supernova remnant
Magnitude: 7.0
Size: 60.0'x8.0'
Object classification: R
Description: eF,eL,eE,eiF,Bifid
Notes: H V 14;Veil Nebula eastern part

Catalog information
RA (J2000.0): 20h 56m 24.0s
Dec (J2000.0): +31 43' 00"

Constellation: Cygnus

Observer: Iiro Sairanen
Obs. place: Säijä, Lempäälä, Finland
Date/Time: 25/26.9.2008 23:40

Telescope: Newton 300/1500 mm

Magn: 71x

Filter: O-III

Field: 57'

NE Lim.mag: 6.5

Background sky: 2

Seeing: 3

Visuality: I

Height: 51

Weather: +1C

Central part of Eastern Veil Nebula. It's unbelievable how much details can be seen with an O-III filter! And this is only a small part of the whole nebula. There are several thin fibers in the nebula. It's difficult to place them all on the accurate places because averted vision and sweeping shows more and more faint details. The best O-III object.