Ced 110 and 111 - Reflection nebula in the constellation Chameleon

The interior of the Chameleon I dark cloud is an active star-forming region. Some of the newly formed stars lie at the edge of the dense molecular clouds facing us and produce a colorful mixture of reflection nebulae.

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Optics: Planewave CDK 12.5 with Televue 0.8x reducer
Aperture: 318 mm
Focal Length: 2030 mm
Camera: Alccd12 + Canon EOS 700Dac
Exposure: 2-frame mosaic, together 74 x 600 s
Location: Chamaeleon Observatory, Onjala Lodge, Namibia
Processing: Nebulosity, Registar, Starnet, Photoshop
Diameter:2 light years
Distance:600 light years
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