The Celestial Snow Angel Nebula (スノーエンジェル星雲) SH2-106

It is a nebula in the Hii region just east-southeast of the Tulip Nebula. However, this is not very popular, and it seems that the main characters of the saddle region are monopolized by the Crescent Nebula and Tulip.
This nebula captured by Hubble looks just like Eta Carinae, but it seems to be the opposite. Eta Carinae seems to be caused by gas ejected by a suspended star, while Snow Angle is caused by Jet ejected from a newly formed young star affecting surrounding nebulae.
With HOO, I couldn't see the filament inside, but when I shot and edited again with RGBHaOiii, it came out.
To us Japanese, it may most resemble a swimming octopus.

Hubbleが写したこの星雲はまるでEta Carinaeとそっくりであるが、成り立ちは正反対の様だ。Eta Carinaeは仮死状態の星が噴き出しておるGasに対して、こちらは出来立ての若い星から噴き出さているJetが周りの星雲に影響してできている様だ。

Place: Backyard East Pattaya (Bortle Class 6, Moon Phase 13.4%)
Shot Date:23rd / Aug / 2022 01:07 (UTC+7)
Celestron C11 HyperStar C11 (2800mm F/1.9 f/540mm)
filter: IDAS NBZ , Optolong L-Pro
NBZ:16X120Secs 32minutes
L-Pro:8X120Secs 16minutes
Total 48 minutes
Palette: Target : RGBHaO
Gain: 181、BIN1
CCD: Player One Uranus-C (IMX585)
Mount :iOptron CEM70G
Guide: SVBony 60mm F/4, QHY290C
Pre-Processing APP No Drizzle
Post-Processing PI,PS
Shot By Taro Seki