The Flaming Star Nebula, officially known as IC 405, lies about 1500 light years distant,
spans about 5 light years,in the constellation of Auriga.
One and a half degree East from the Flaming Star Nebula is located IC 410,
A region of faint nebulosity surrounding the open star cluster NGC 1893.
Mosaic of 3 frames each 60 min (total of 3 hrs)
Imaged with the Boren-Simon 8" f/2.8 POWERNEWT Astrograph
Orion Starshoot pro 2 (color) camera
EQ6 mount - PHD guiding
Imaged from the NEGEV desert in ISRAEL