|Thommes’ nebula||Monoceros||V900 Mon||6hr 57m 22s||-08° 23’ 18”|
Thommes’ nebula is a relatively new addition to the list, being noticed by Jim Thommes in 2009 when imaging LBN1022. It is flowing from an eruptive variable V900 Monocerotis and was barely visible on POSS images. It has yet to be systematically imaged by British amateurs although the occasional image is in now in our archive. It would be good to have regular observations with consistent instrumentation and technique.