NGC6765 (PK 62+9.1) is small (apparent Jupiter size) and faint (about 13mag) planetary nebula in Lyra. There is not much more information available on this strange planetary nebula. Distance to the nebula is estimated to 7600 light years and its age is estimated to 4000 years. NGC6765 was discovered by Albert Marth in 1864. This astronom has discovered 583 objects that has later been placed in the NGC catalogue.
Image below was made in June 2018 at my backyard observatory. It is composition of subframes made with LRGB filters. Total exposure time was about 2.5 hours.
Image technical data: Date: 05.06.2018 Location: Nieborowice, Poland Telescope: Meade ACF 10" Corrector: AP CCDT67 Camera: QHY163M, gain 100 Mount: SW EQ6 Guiding: SW 80/400 + ASI290MM Exposure: L 40x2, RGB 15:12:15x2 minutes Conditions: seeing average, transparency good