Also categorized as PN G086.1+5.4, this faint, little known planetary nebula in Cygnus was discovered by R. Weinberger in 1977, though I have yet to locate the discovery paper. There is not a lot of information on this rarely imaged PN. It has a very low surface brightness, and so it is obscured by the dense Cygnus starfield and Ha nebulosity.
Imaging Camera: QSI640 wsg
Imaging Scope: 9.25" Celestron edge at F/10
Guide Camera: SX Lodestar x 2, PHD2
Mount:Avalon M Uno
Exposure: 30 minute subs. 3.5 hours 5nm OIII and 3.5 hours 5nm Ha, all binned X2
Capture Program: APT
Processing: CCD Stack and PS CC.
Date: 7/1 - 7/2/18
Location: My front driveway. Morristown, NJ
Selected as AstroBin Image of the Day 7/10/18