NGC 6884 (2013)
Small but bright and pretty, NGC 6884 wasknown to be a bright, round disk until Hubble took a look at it, revealing complex details. It’s a shame that many planetary nebulas are so hard to see. It would appear even more bright if it were not for our Milky Way’s interloping dust.
North is up.
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