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RA: 19h 22m 56.97s
Dec: +01° 30′ 46.5″
Ch: MSA:1292, U2:251, SA:16
Type: planetary nebula
Mag: B=12.5, V=11.1
This planetary nebula was discovered by Pickering.
It is described in the NGC as "bright, extremely small, stellar, equal to a star of 9.5 magnitude."
The RNGC (Sulentic and Tifft 1973) notes that this is a 11.5 mag planetary nebula.
Hartung notes: "The tiny pale blue disk of this nebula can be seen amongst the scattered stars of the field, a star 11th mag being 30 arcsec preceding."
Steve Coe, using a 13" f/5.6, notes: "Nothing at this location 13" f/5.6 at 220X on 7/10 night."
15cm - completely *ar pn, vmuch enhanced by UHC filter. m10. BS, 14May1988, TSP.
- non*ar @ 50x, but just barely so. 2" diam @ 165x. has m11.5 * on W. BS,
21May1988, Anderson Mesa.
25cm - not vis, unless it is a m10 * 8' SE of a m9 * on AE. pn suspect has m11 *
a few arcmin W [you got it Skiff!]. BS, 3Sep1981, Anderson Mesa.
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