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Last update: 2018-02-25

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- Planetary Nebulas (Cas) -

And (1) Cep (9) Dra (2) Lep (1) Peg (2) Tau (1)
Aql (22) Cet (1) Eri (1) Lyn (1) Per (4) UMa (1)
Aqr (2) Cnc (1) Gem (3) Lyr (5) Pup (2) Vul (3)
Aur (1) Crv (1) Her (6) Mon (1) Sct (2)
Cam (2) Cyg (20) Hya (2) Oph (1) Sge (4)
Cas (11) Del (3) Lac (4) Ori (2) Sgr (3)

Abell 2 (PN)

DSS
© DSS II (blue) - 5×5'
Name: Abell 2, PK122-4.1
Type: PN
Constellation: Cas
Coordinates: 00h45m34.68s / +57°57'34.88"
Brightness / Size: - / 0.5x0.5'
8" f/6, 150x + UHC, Bortle 4, SQM-L 21.2
Pretty faint, small, round, evenly bright.
MODERATE

Abell 3 (PN)

DSS
© DSS I - 5×5'
Name: Abell 3, PK131+2.1
Type: PN
Constellation: Cas
Coordinates: 02h12m06.67s / +64°09'02.20"
Brightness / Size: - / 1.0x1.0'
8" f/6, 150x + UHC, Bortle 4-, SQM-L 20.8
At 80x there was one, at 150x two faint stars visible east of the nebula. The nebula itself wasn't seen.
FAILED

Abell 82 (PN)

DSS
© DSS II (blue) - 5×5'
Name: Abell 82, PK114-4.1
Type: PN
Constellation: Cas
Coordinates: 23h45m47.75s / +57°03'58.50"
Brightness / Size: v15.2 mag / 1.5x1.5'
120mm f/5, 75x + UHC, Bortle 4, SQM-L 21.0
Oval, very faint with embedded star. Located southeast of a medium bright star.

MODERATE
16" f/4.5, 100x + [OIII], Bortle 4, SQM-L 21.0
At 56x with [OIII] filter the nebula appeared southeast of the medium bright star as a slightly elongated brightening. I think this originates from the faint NE and SW edge. At 100x the northwestern edge was more defined, the southeastern edge fades more into the background. It looked a bit fan-shaped. A star was visible within the nebula.
EASY

Abell 84 (PN)

DSS
© DSS II (red) - 5×5'
Name: Abell 84, PK112-10.1
Type: PN
Constellation: Cas
Coordinates: 23h47m44.02s / +51°23'56.90"
Brightness / Size: v14.4 mag / 2.0x2.0'
8" f/6, 80x + [OIII], Bortle 3, SQM-L 21.3
Round, pretty large, evenly bright. Bright star within (?) the nebula.
MODERATE

IC289 (PN)

DSS
© DSS II (blue) - 5×5'
Name: IC289, PK138+2.1
Type: PN
Constellation: Cas
Coordinates: 03h10m19.30s / +61°19'01.00"
Brightness / Size: v12.0 mag / 0.8x0.8'
8" f/6, 80x + UHC, Bortle 4
With UHC filter well seen with averted vision, without filter very faint. Round, extended.
MODERATE

IC1747 (PN)

DSS
© DSS II (red) - 5×5'
Name: IC1747, PK130+1.1
Type: PN
Constellation: Cas
Coordinates: 01h57m35.73s / +63°19'18.33"
Brightness / Size: v12.0 mag / 0.3x0.3'
80mm f/6.25, 50x, Bortle 6-, NELM 5.0+, SQM-L 19.6
Very faint, compact, somewhat extended. Held with averted vision.

DIFFICULT
4.5" f/8, 90x, Bortle 6-, NELM 5.0+, SQM-L 19.6
Quite compact, round, extended, evenly bright. Well seen with averted vision.

MODERATE
8" f/6, 96x, Bortle 4, SQM-L 20.9
At 96x fairly small, evenly bright nebula, evident with averted vision. At 171x obviously extended and visible with direct vision.
EASY

PK111-2.1 (PN)

DSS
© DSS I - 5×5'
Name: PK111-2.1, Hubble 12
Type: PN
Constellation: Cas
Coordinates: 23h26m14.82s / +58°10'54.60"
Brightness / Size: v11.5 mag / -
8" f/6, 80x, Bortle 4-, SQM-L 20.8
Always stellar. At 37x well seen with averted, from 80x also with direct vision. Verified at 80x with [OIII] filter.
EASY

PK119+0.1 (PN)

DSS
© DSS I - 5×5'
Name: PK119+0.1, BV 5-1
Type: PN
Constellation: Cas
Coordinates: 00h20m00.45s / +62°59'03.16"
Brightness / Size: v14.7 mag / 0.8x0.3'
8" f/6, 150x + UHC, Bortle 4-, SQM-L 20.8
Tried at 80x and 150x with/without filter (UHC & [OIII]). At 150x just the two stars northwest of the nebula were visible.
FAILED

PK119-6.1 (PN)

DSS
© DSS II (blue) - 5×5'
Name: PK119-6.1, Hu1-1
Type: PN
Constellation: Cas
Coordinates: 00h28m15.44s / +55°57'54.48"
Brightness / Size: b13.3 mag / -
8" f/6, 80x + [OIII], Bortle 4, SQM-L 21.2
Stellar and evident with direct vision. Without filter almost visible with direct vision.
EASY

PK128-4.1 (PN)

DSS
© DSS II (red) - 10×10'
Name: PK128-4.1, Sh2-188, LBN633
Type: PN
Constellation: Cas
Coordinates: 01h30m33.11s / +58°24'50.70"
Brightness / Size: - / 10.0x3.0'
8" f/6, 37x + [OIII], Bortle 4
Only tried short. However the eyepiece gets constantly wet with dew and the conditions get worse due to upcoming fog.
FAILED

Vy1-1 (PN)

DSS
© DSS II (blue) - 5×5'
Name: Vy1-1, PK118-08.1
Type: PN
Constellation: Cas
Coordinates: 00h18m42.20s / +53°52'20.25"
Brightness / Size: b12.5 mag / -
8" f/6, 80x, Bortle 4, SQM-L 21.2
Stellar, almost visible with direct vision. [OIII] filter showed only little effect.
EASY