Planetary Nebula NGC 7094

NGC 7094
NGC 7094: Section of DSS2 color [147]

History

On 10 October 1884 the American astronomer Lewis Swift found this nebula using the 16 inch refractor at Warner Observatory in Rochester, New York. [277] John L. E. Dreyer added the object in 1888 as NGC 7094 with the description: «A star in most extremely faint nebulosity, very difficult.» [313]

Physical Properties

«Strasbourg-ESO Catalogue of Galactic Planetary Nebulae» Acker et al., 1992 [141]
DesignationsPN G066.7-28.2: NGC 7094, PK 66-28.1, ARO 194, K 1-19
Right Ascension (J2000.0)21h 36m 53s
Declination (J2000.0)+12° 47' 18"
Dimensions 94." (optical)
Distance 1.07 kpc
Radial Velocity-87.4 km/s ± 40.6 km/s
Expansion Velocity 45.0 km/s (O-III)
C-Star DesignationsAG82 434
C-Star Magnitude12.39 mag (U filter), 13.58 mag (B filter), 13.68 mag (V filter)
C-Star Spectral TypeO(H)
DiscovererKOHOUTEK 1963

Finder Chart

Finder Chart Planetary Nebula NGC 7094
Planetary Nebula NGC 7094 in constellation Pegasus. Charts created using SkySafari 6 Pro and STScI Digitized Sky Survey. Limiting magnitudes: Constellation chart ~6.5 mag, DSS2 close-ups ~20 mag. [149, 160]
NGC 7094
NGC 7094: Finder chart for starhopping from globular cluster M 15 to planetary nebula NGC 7094. Section of DSS2 color [147]

The planetary nebula NGC 7094 is located in the constellation Pegasus and lies about 2° east and 1° north of the easily found globular cluster Messier 15. Using the adjacent map, you can hop along the bright stars until you reach the spot where the PN is located. With an O-III or UHC filter, the nebula can be identified as a small round disk. The best time to observe it is June to November, when the constellation is at its highest at night.

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