About image LBN 777 is a faint reflection nebula in the constellation Taurus, about 5 degrees northeast of the Pleiades. It is also nicknamed "Baby Eagle Nebula" or "Little Eagle Nebula" because of the suggestive shape that recalls the head of the bird of prey. Inside the LBN 777 the Barnard obscure nebula 207 is also visible. The whole area is characterized by the presence of a diffuse nebulosity: it is the Molecular Cloud of Taurus, of which LBN 777 is part, located about 400 light years from Earth .
Technical data Optic Tecnosky Apo Refractor 115 - 800mm f/6.9 Mount 10Micron GM1000 HPS Camera Atik 4000 with Starlight Xpress filter wheel 5 positions Filters Baader LRGB 50.8 unmounted Guiding system Starlight Xpress OAG with Lodestar Exposure details L 30x600" bin1 -20C R 10x420" bin2 -20C G 10x420" bin2 -20C B 10x420" bin2 -20C Total integration 8.5h Acquisition Maxim, PHD2 Processing Pixinsight 1.8, Photoshop CS5 SQM-L 21.16 Location Passet (Aosta Valley, Italy), Pian dell'Armà (Pavia, Italy) Date 12 December 2015, 28 October 2016