Sky and Telescope - July 2018 - 75
t CRYSTAL BALL NEBUL A
Located in northern Taurus near the border
of Perseus, NGC 1514 is a 2-arcminute-wide
planetary nebula that reveals complex loops
of nebulosity shaped by the gravitational
interaction between its progenitor star and a
smaller companion that orbits every 10 days.
DETAILS: Starizona 12.5-inch f/8 Hyperion
Astrograph with SBIG STXL 11002M CCD
camera. Total exposure: 15 hours through RGB,
Hα, and O III ﬁlters.
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