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Last update: 2017-09-20

VdS FG

- Planetary Nebulas (Peg) -

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 (1) Cyg (20) Hya (2) Oph (1) Sge (4)
Cas (8) Del (3) Lac (4) Ori (2) Sgr (3)

NGC7094 (PN)

DSS
© DSS II (blue) - 5×5'
Name: NGC7094, PK66-28.1
Type: PN
Constellation: Peg
Coordinates: 21h36m52.97s / +12°47'19.00"
Brightness / Size: v13.3 mag / 1.6x1.6'
8" f/6, 80x + [OIII], Bortle 4, SQM-L 21.0
SQM-L 20.8: Without any filter the nebula stayed hidden in any used magnification up to 150x. Only the central star was visible with averted vision at 80x. At 37x with [OIII] filter the nebula appeared faint and very small. At 80x with [OIII] filter round, evenly bright, rather faint. An UHC filter gave a similar view as the [OIII] filter.

MODERATE
8" f/6, 80x + [OIII], Bortle 4+, NELM 6.3+, SQM-L 21.2
At 37x round, evenly bright, faint. At 80x the 13.65 mag central star is apparent. At 80x with [OIII] filter the nebula was barely perceptible with direct vision.
EASY

PK104-29.1 (PN)

DSS
© DSS II (blue) - 10×10'
Name: PK104-29.1, Jones 1
Type: PN
Constellation: Peg
Coordinates: 23h35m53.33s / +30°28'06.40"
Brightness / Size: v15.1 mag / 5.3x5.3'
8" f/6, 37x + [OIII], Bortle 4
Unexpectedly bright, fairly well seen with averted vision. Most evident are the both arcs at the northern and southern edge, whereby the northern one seems a bit brighter. The connection of the arcs in the west was hardly perceptible.
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