Spider & Fly Nebula

The nebula at the top of the image is IC 417. It is an emission nebula located some 10,000 light-years away from Earth in the constellation of Auriga.
It is often referred to as the Spider Nebula and, its “prey”, top left, is a nearby emission nebula NGC 1931 also called the Fly Nebula.
(An indication of the scale, the Fly Nebula is an estimated 10 lightyears across!)
The Spider Nebula contains a young open cluster of about 40 stars, and is energized by its hot, massive blue stars which are still embedded in glowing hydrogen gas, (this image requires more integration in order to see more detail!) The nebula at bottom right is IC 410, also known as the Tadpoles Nebula.
The image was taken during 5 sessions during March and April.

Technical info:
TS 80mm f6 APO triplet refractor –
ZWO ASI 071 MC Pro camera + LPS-P2 filter

exposure 238x 120sec
Total integration: 8 hrs