The other object is the planetary nebula NGC-6842, which is about the same size as the Ring Nebula or M-57, but much fainter. No central star was visible and it only showed up through my 10-inch with the aid of an O-III filter. It would be visible without one from a very dark site through an 8 or 10-inch, the entire coastline of Alabama is light polluted enough to make nebula filters necessary to see it. No structure was visible other than a pale, faint and evenly lit disk of nebulosity. Both objects I swept up with just a couple of minutes of searching with my 10-inch F/4.5 Dobsnian. For those who would like to look for some more challenging objects, these are worth taking the time to look for them.