NGC 6885, NGC 6882 in Vulpecula the Fox
On the theme a lot can come out of a little, these came from some 30 second. autoguider test shots that I did in early August with my 80 mm Equinox refractor with the Canon 70D at F6.5 and 800 ISO. Vulpecula is a faint and less known constellation with M27 the Dumbbell Nebula being the only reason to look there. But this composite of 12 minutes of 30 second images plus darks turned out well. Vul18, 19, and 20 are 5th magnitude stars with differing colours, there is the lower left NGC 6885 star cluster, the faint NGC 6882 except for Vul19 and its two bright companions and its and there is the visual attracting, large half circle of stars to the right.