The same day as I managed to photograph M57 and M13 I also took some shots at the first planetary nebula that Charles Messier was able to photograph back in 1764.
This object, with a magnitude of aprox 7,5 is relatively easy to see with binoculars and totally observable from small refractors.
The picture is composed of 55 x 2seconds, 10 darks and 10 bias processed with DSS and Photoshop. Again, the tracking of my ETX is not working at all. It's time for a change...
And the annotations from astrometry:
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