Object name: VDB144
VdB 144 is a very faint reflection nebula around an orange K0III star. Usually, these are found around blue giant stars, not orange giant ones though it is so bright in my image it looks rather white due to a monitor's limited response. The nebula is about 700 light years distant in the northeastern part of Cygnus the Swan. At least that is the distance The Sky gives for its illuminating star HD 206509 (44453700 AU). Since the nebula is very blue the star has to be behind it otherwise it would pick up a lot of the color of the star and that seems totally missing. Due to the spectral difference, I was able to rather reduce the star without harming the nebula, something that's almost impossible when it is lit by a blue giant.