Object name: VDB001
VdB 1 is a reflection nebula complex just south of Beta Cassiopeia. Fortunately for my narrow-angle view, I didn't have to deal with it but did have to watch how I framed the image as it kept throwing nasty ghosts of itself into my frame. I finally found a ghost-free position. VdB1 is made up of 4 parts according to SIMBAD, vdB1a through d. Each part around a bright blue star. The position it gives for simply vdB1 is also that of vdB1d, that is around the northern star of a triangle of blue stars where the brightest part of the nebula is found. Working south and west, vdB1c is around the leftmost of the two remaining stars of the triangle and vdB1b around the one on the right. Far to the lower right and out of the cropped image but in the full image is vdB1a all by itself, somewhat of an outcast. Note they are lettered in Right Ascension (west to east) order.