NGC 2022 (PK 196-10) is a planetary nebula in the constellation Orion, located at a distance of 8,210 light-years from the Earth.
It’s apparent visual magnitude is 11.6.
Probably one of the smallest Planetary Nebula I have imaged to date, yet still show some details with a small scope.
This is a double-shell planetary nebula with a wind-compressed inner shell(28 arc-seconds) and a more nebulous second shell extends to about 40 arc-seconds. The linear radius of the inner shell is estimated at 0.326 light years across. The central star of this nebula has a visual magnitude of 15.92.
Captured with my 6 inch F5 Celestron Newtonian Telescope, Bisque MyT Mount and a ZWO 224MC uncooled Cmos Camera as part of my BTO (Bright Tiny Objects) Week.
I used my ASI Air via WiFi to my I-Pad to captured 60 x 10 second exposures(Lucky imaging Method) 10 minute total integration time.
Taken on 02-27-2022 from my backyard in Dayton, Ohio.

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John Chumack