This very faint, rarely imaged, and fairly recently discovered planetary nebula in Cygnus is bipolar surrounded by an irregular shell which was presumably disrupted by its interaction with the ISM.
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 hours 5nm OIII and 3 hours 5nm Ha, all binned X2
Capture Program: APT
Processing: CCD Stack and PS CC.
Location: My front driveway. Morristown, NJ
SQM 17.8 Mag/arc-sec2