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M27

The Dumbbell Nebula (also known as Messier 27, M 27, or NGC 6853) is a planetary nebula (PN) in the constellation Vulpecula, at a distance of about 1360 light years.
This object was the first planetary nebula to be discovered; by Charles Messier in 1764. At its brightness of visual magnitude 7.5 and its diameter of about 8 arcminutes, it is easily visible in binoculars, and a popular observing target in amateur telescopes.
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Bagged by: Julian Tworek click on the thumbnail to show a larger image
Method: ?
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Bagged by: Martin Crow click on the thumbnail to show a larger image
Method: ED80 and Canon 400D
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Bagged by: Debra Holton
Method: 2m Faulkes Telescope (Debra leads a school project)
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Bagged by: Keith Rickard
Method: LX200 8" F10 Classic, SBIG ST-7XME CCD
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Bagged by: Simon Daws
Method: Vixen 12" Newtonian, Artemis CCD
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Bagged by: Andrew Wilson
Method: LX200 8", MX916 CCD
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