Yet another weird entry in the NGC, NGC 2371-2, is a lovely bi-polar planetary nebula that got two names because it visually looks sort of like two separate objects.
Images make it clear that both objects are part of the same expanding shell of a fine planetary. This was a really crisp clear night, in the 20’s. I had real problems with the corrector plate dewing up and freezing, especially on the RGB frames which were done last. The image above is cropped. I measured it in Photoshop to be about 2.3 x1 arc-minutes.