Sh2-132 The Lion nebula
T: Takahashi FSQ85 0.73x reducer
C: QSI683 withAstrodon 3nm Ha filters.
35x1800s in Ha, OIII and SII
Totalling 52 hours and 30 minutes in exposure time.
Sharpless 2-132 is a very faint emission type nebula on the Cepheus/Lacerta border. It lies at a degree southeast of Epsilon Cep, and has a size of about 40 arc minutes.
It is estimated to be about 10,000 to 12,000 light years away... but this is no more than an estimate. It's a well studied region as well, with lots going on as you can see in the annotated image.
There's information about the planetary nebula G101.5-00.6, the open Galactic custer called Teutsch 127 as well as the Wolf-Raynet star 153ab.
If you are interested you can read about these interesting objects.....
What are Wolf-Raynet stars?
Star clusters in Sh2-132
There are many other objects that are around this area in the image including NGC 7235, NGC7226, PGC 68597, LBN 471 & 473, Berkeley 94 and LDN 1156 & 1161.