Object name: SH2
Designation(s): SH2, 065_LBN92,
Sh2-65/LBN 91 is a small emission nebula in Aquila just north of Scutum. The bottom quarter of the image is in Scutum in fact. Another emission nebula [KC97c] G029.0-00.6 lies to the west-southwest (right and a bit lower). Many dark clouds are seen in the image. All of these are identified only by their galactic coordinates from the SDC (Spitzer Dark Cloud) catalog so I won't list those. I found one paper putting its distance at 3.3 kpc (~11,000 light-years). The bright star near it, SAO 142615 at a magnitude of 9.65 is listed as an A2 star. These usually aren't strong enough in UV light to cause emission nebulae to glow so I doubt it is the exciting star. I was unable to find any hint of what star or stars are likely supplying the energy to make the clouds glow.
Related Designation(s):2MASX J04403475+5027419, 2MASX J23050983+6014560, 6C B043646.6+502153, 7C 0436+5022, 87GB 043647.6+502152, 87GB 230304.2+595825, 87GB[BWE91] 0436+5021, 87GB[BWE91] 2303+5958, IC 1470, NGC 1624, NVSS J044036+502744, NVSS J230510+601438, SHARPLESS 212, TXS 2303+599, [GMT2008] IR 23030, [KC97] G110.1+00.0, [KC97] G155.4+02.6, [WB92] 0436+5021, [WB92] 2303+5958, [ZHB90] G110.109+00.047,