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This scene in Cepheus contains quite a variety of different objects. The blue reflection nebula at the upper right is NGC 7129. The numerous small red squiggles within it are Herbig-Haro objects, jets of hydrogen gas emitted from newly-forming stars. At the lower left is large open cluster NGC 7142. Just above it is small edge-on galaxy PGC 97261, which lies at a distance of 370 million light years. This is a 4-hour LRGB image with 120:40:40:40 minutes of L:R:G:B.