Cave Nebula in Cepheus
The Cave Nebula is a large emission nebula of glowing hydrogen gas that is part of a larger molecular cloud in the constellation
Cepheus. Many young stars are emerging from this cloud.  Although this object historically has been designated Sh2-155, Patrick Moore
has more recently included it as entry 9 in the "Caldwell Catalog" of grand deep sky objects that were not recorded by Charles Messier
in his earlier catalog.

This image combined 65 minutes luminance exposures using a Hydrogen-alpha filter with 20 minutes of green and 20 minutes red and 20
minutes of blue exposures.  An ST10XME camera was used through a TEC 140mm refractor with an AP 0.67x reducer at my new
Music:  Bat out of Hell, by Meatloaf