The Little Dumbbell Nebula

Copyright: Adam Block/NOAO/AURA/NSF

M76 is another example of a planetary nebula, similar to M27 although its greater distance - around 3400 ly - means it only shines at magnitude 12. You will therefore need a good telescope and dark skies to see it.
Its name comes from its shape and, far from being an actual planet, it is the remnants of a red giant star which is being illuminated by the UV radiation from the white dwarf at its centre
Find The Little Dumbbell Nebula