(IAAC) Obj: Campbell's Star, Minkowski's Footprint (pk64+5.1, m1-92) - Inst: 10" f/6
[Sue, sorry for the forward... Thought these were worth archiving!]
Observer: Sue French
Your skill: advanced (many years)
Site classification: rural
Moon up (phase?): no
Instrument: 10" f/6
Magnification: 7mm Nagler
Filters used: None, OIII?
Object: Campbell's Star, Minkowski's Footprint (pk64+5.1, m1-92)
Category: Planetary Nebulae.
Class: IV, R?
Position: 193445.2+303059, 193619+2932.9
Object data: mag 9.6, 11.7 ; size 8"x8", 8"x16"
On 17 Dec 1998, Dave Mitsky <email@example.com> wrote:
>J320 and J900, another planetary nebula that I had observed
>previously, are featured on page 80 of the Jan 99 Astronomy.
I've done J320 and J900 with my 10" and they certainly are little
guys. Another pair of small "planetary nebulae" in Cygnus are
Campbell's Star and the Footprint Nebula with the latter being the
most stellar of the whole bunch. While the Footprint is often listed
as a planetary nebula, I believe it is actually a reflection nebula.
Clear skies, Sue
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