NGC 6791 is an open star cluster at Lyra. It is one of the older clusters in our galaxy. Just 5 arc-minutes Northwest of the cluster is the star Kepler-19 which has been found by the Kepler mission to be hosting exoplanets.
I decided to image this cluster in a wide field of view that also shows the dust in the area, making for a nice frame.
Telescope: William Optics FLT 98 at F/5
Exposures: Lum 5 hours, RGB 45,45,60 min, total 7.5 hours
Processing: Pixinsight, Regim, Photoshop
Corinthia, Greece, SQM-L 20.5, Brtle 4.5, 20/6/2017