More info in my blog: http://www.astroanarchy.blogspot.fi/2013/12/an-other-supernova-remnant-in-cygnus.html
This is a rarely imaged target. I haven't been able to find an other color image of it, showing the whole supernova remnant. This is also one of the most difficult targets, I have ever shot. Due to very dense star field, large angular dimension and a very diffused structure this is even more difficult target, than a Simeis 147
supernova remnant in
Taurus. Total exposure time of 32h was needed to have this kind of "thin" image.
G65.3+5.7 SNR has about the same angular dimensions, than brighter and more famous remnant in Cygnus, the Veil Nebula
. The angular dimensions are about 3x4 degrees.