NGC 6751 Featured in the August 2021 Journal of the British Astronomical Association
NGC 6751, also known as the Glowing Eye Nebula or the Dandelion Puffball Nebula, is a planetary nebula in the constellation Aquila. It is about 6,500 light-years from Earth.
TARGET Nomenclature: NGC 6751, The Glowing Eye Nebula, The Dandelion Puffball Nebula Right Ascension: 19:05:55.6 Declination: -05:59:32.93 Size: 24.1 arc sec Discovery: Albert Marth on 20 July 1863 EQUIPMENT USED Twin APM TMB LZOS 152 refractors 10Micron GM2000 HPS mount Twin QSI6120 CCD cameras Astrodon filters
IMAGE CAPTURE Blue: 9x300" Green: 9x300" Lum: 10x300" Red: 9x300" Ha: 51x300" bin 1x1, 16x900" bin 1x1 OIII: 53x300" bin 1x1, 17x900" bin 1x1 Total Integration: 20 hours Pixel scale: 0.265 arcsec/pixel Field radius: 0.184 degrees Capture dates: 24 April - 6 May 2021 Capture location: Fregenal de la Sierra, Spain