Point-Symmetric Structure in a Nebula
This small planetary nebula (longest dimension about 18 arcsec) shows
``point-symmetric'' structure, i.e., almost every blob has a counterpart
on the opposite side of the central star.
Last updated December 30, 1996
Web page by Robin Ciardullo ( email@example.com )
Department of Astronomy and Astrophysics
Penn State University