PIGGYBACK ASTROPHOTO SEPTEMBER

Abbreviations for the object names are as follows:
B=Barnard Cr=Collinder H=Harvard I=Index Catalog Mel=Melotte Sh=Sharpless Tr=Trumpler
Type abbreviations:
AST=Asterism of Stars Cl=open cluster Di=diffuse nebula DRK=Dark Nebula Gb=globular cluster
MW=Milky Way starcloud Pl=planetary nebula SNR= supernova remnant
Red=Red Star (Mostly 'N' Type)
For Red Stars the Size column is period in days.
Galaxy types
Sp=spiral El=elliptical Ir=irregular
Sizes are in arc minutes.
Constellation abbreviations are the IAU standard.
Constellations which are marked with < > around them, may be photographed in their entirety with a telephoto lens.
2000 coordinates, easy to use with Sky Atlas 2000 by Tirion.

SEPTEMBER
CONSTELLATIONS THAT ARE WELL-PLACED AT 9:00 P.M. MID-MONTH:
Capricornus, Cepheus, Cygnus, <Delphinus>, <Eqquleus>
Name CON TYPE R.A.(2000) Dec Mag SIZE NOTES
7822 CEP Di 00 03.6 +68 36 --- 60x30 Large, faint, UHC
6939 CEP Cl 20 31.4 +60 38 7.8 8 rich, 80*, near 6946
6946 CEP Sc 20 34.8 +60 09 10.5 14 diffuse, face-on
I1396 CEP Di 21 39.1 +57 30 3.5 50 Very large, Cl invl Tr37
Mu CEP Red 21 43.5 +58.8 3.7-5 IRR Herschel's Garnet Star
I1318 CYG Di 20 22.2 +40 15 --- 60x30 Neby near Gamma CYG
M-29 CYG Cl 20 23.9 +38 32 7 7 20* mags 8...
B348 CYG DRK 20 40.0 +42 00 -- 180 Northern Coal Sack
6960 CYG SNR 20 45.6 +30 43 -- 70x6 Veil, west half
6992 CYG SNR 20 56.3 +31 42 -- 60x8 Veil, east, use UHC
7000 CYG Di 20 58.8 +44 20 -- 120x100 North Am. Neb.
I5070 CYG Di 20 50.8 +44 21 --- 80x70 Pelican Neb.
M-39 CYG Cl 21 32.2 +48 26 5 32 25* mags 7...