• Constellation: Cygnus
  • Right Ascension: 20h 25m 58.04s
  • Declination: +38° 21′ 07.7″
  • Distance: 5,000 ly
  • Apparent Magnitude: 10.60 - 11.74

A red super giant star located the constellation of Cygnus. Interstellar dust and gas in that area dims reddens the star. Some of that dust can be seen as darker splotches dimming the stars behind it. A variable star, but no regular repeatable cycle.

Annotated image follows.

  • Telescope: Explore Scientific 127 Refractor
  • Camera: ZWO 2600 MM