Ya, I know.   The image target could have been centered better.  But this gaseous nebual is quite interesting anyway.   Its about 1500 light years away can be found to the west of M45, the Pleiades.   This image is a total combined exposure time of 2 1/2 hours, with 1 hour of Hydrogen Alpha light and 30 mintes each of R G and B, all taken on Nov 13, 2004.   I find the two blobs with tails most intersting.  They look to be in motion, and the upward curve in each seems to line up with an invisble upward wave that blows the trail upward.