Eastern Veil Nebula - More Weeknight Quickies

Here is an image of the eastern portion of the Veil or Cirrus Nebula in the constellation Cygnus (the Swan or Northern Cross). The entire nebula complex is a supernova remnant, what's left over from a massive stellar explosion that occurred approximately 15,000 years ago.

Eastern Veil Nebula
AG Optical 10" f/3.8 Newtonian telescope. FLI ML11002-C camera.
30-minute exposure (two 15-minute subexposures). No dark, flat, or bias frames.