The Orion-Cygnus minor spiral arm is a side branch to the Perseus arm. The region proceeds from the Orio-Persean Conflux for another 25.000 LY before transitioning into the Orion Spur.
The most well traveled parts of this region are the ones located at a distance of only 5.000 to 10.000 LY from Earth. Here many notable stars and black holes are to be found, including the microquasar V404 Cygni as well as the LGM-1 Pulsar. Further out the Orion-Cygnus arm has only been sparsely explored.