A very interesting nebula with lots of strange low contrast features.
The star gamma Cassiopeiae lurks just off the bottom right giving the bright glowing circle in that part of the image.
IC63 and IC59 are really part of one large nebula, Sh-185, with IC63 being the much brighter region on the left, and IC59 is the far dimmer region at the top right. Large amounts of exposure are needed to get the noise anywhere near acceptable on this object.
This object is part of the Sharpless Catalogue of HII regions
This image was autoguided using my homemade off axis guider with Lodestar.
Exposure Details :
Coma Corrector Astrodon 3nm Ha 28x1200s on 200 @ F5 f.l. 1000 with Atik 490 camera
Curdridge Observatory, Southampton,UK