Another tiny planetary nebula, though how tiny is a matter of debate. Some sources say 6", others 12" and one reports it as 15". It seemed very small to me, and it took 900 magnification to see its elongation and the difference between the brighter core and the fainter shell.
I suspect the main core is 6" and the shell extends out to 12" or 15". At 11.3 magnitude it's relatively bright for such a small object, and its surface brightness meant it was still pale blue at 900x.
In astro images it looks like a miniature Saturn, some say. It would be a stretch to say my sketch looks like Saturn but I'm happy to have captured its main structure.
Original sketch below. The = sign is recording the similarity in apparent magnitude between the PN and nearby star, even though that star is listed as 10.2 mag, so either the PN is even brighter than listed or I'm not so good as making these comparisons, though I'd be surprised if I couldn't spot the difference between 2 objects a whole magnitude apart!