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Weinberger 1-10 aka PN G197.4-6.4

Planetary nebula in the constellation Cygnus.

Very weak Planetary nebula in the constellation cygnus.

Weinberger 1-10 aka We1-10
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Object: Weinberger 1-10 aka We1-10
Date of exposures: 03.08.2019, 07.08.2019, 08.08.2019, 10.08.2019
Distance: 1.400 Lightyears
Exposures: Ha 5nm: 40 x 300", OIII 3nm: 78 x 300", RGB E-Series: 73 x 180", Sum: 13.5 hrs.
Telescope: 10'', F4 Newton
Focal length: 1000mm
Filter: Astrodon H-Alpha 5nm, [OIII] 3nm, RGB E-Series
Camera: ASI 1600 MMC Pro
Guiding: Off Axis Guider, Lodestar
Mount: EQ8

The Planetray Nebula Weinberger 1-10 aka We1-10, PK 086+05.1 or PN G086.1+5 has a very low surface brightness. It is only 24 mag. The PN is 1.400 light-years away from the earth.

The central star has a magnitude of 18.7. The PN has a diameter of 194 x 187 arc seconds and is called PN G197.4-6.4 with the correct nomenclature. Another designation is W 1-10.
Weinberger's WE 1-10 is first published in "New planetary nebulae of low surface brightness", Astron. Astrophys. Suppl. 30, 343-348 (1977).