Visibility III / V
The gauze mist is a supernova remnant in the constellation Swan . The massive star turned into a supernova 5000-6000 years ago after burning out fusible elements.
The distance to the target is about 1470 light-years.
This is quite challenging to shoot due to the low surface brightness and large angular diameter. The apparent diameter of the object in the sky is three degrees, i.e., inside the rinkula would fit six full months in parallel.
The image is in the visual spectrum combined with the emissions of the elements, Oxygen, Hydrogen and Sulfur.
More information: http://astroanarchy.blogspot.com/2011/10/veil-nebula-supernova-remnant.html