Why did I bother with this one?

Rainy day so I looked up an old piece of data to process – this one from March 2011 just came to hand.  O.K. fairly boring star field – why on Earth did he bother with this one?  It’s only 8 subs at 300 seconds per sub, but the answer lies right in the middle of the image, get your magnifying glass out 🙂  I did a quick image of this region and then decided that the object was just too small to bother taking any more data.

So I get it right – this is planetary nebula NGC2372 in Gemini – and it’s a little’un!

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