Both beams of HH 555 bend toward the west, indicating deflection by a side wind. A chain of three nearly equally spaced bow shocks, HH 563, HH 564, and HH 565,
trace a bent flow bursting out of the southern rim of the Pelican molecular cloud, possibly driven by the moderate-luminosity Class I protostar IRAS 20489+4406."
Technical Details: Object(s): IC 5070, Pelican Nebula
Observing Site: Azor Observatory, Las Rozas, Madrid, Spain
Date: October 12, 2007
Camera: SBIG STL-11000M @ -20ºC
Telescope: ASA N10 Astrograph @ f/3.6, Losmandy G-11 mount
Filters: Astrodon 6nm H alpha, SII and OIII
Exposure: 240 minutes, 30 min subs (H alpha data)
Processing Software: Maxim DL, Photoshop
Comments: SII and OIII color data from previous image.Shown at 50 % size.
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