Object name: NGC1788
NGC 1788 is an Orion Nebula, not THE Orion Nebula but it certainly is a nebula in Orion. We normally think of emission nebula when mention is made of Orion but it has many reflection nebulae as well, including M78 and McNeil's Nebula. This one is less well known, however. It has a dark nebula running through it, LDN 1616. It is likely part of NGC 1788 rather than something separate well in front of it. The nebula appears to be part of the same huge molecular cloud that is responsible for THE Orion Nebula, M42-43. At least its distance is about the same at 1300 light years. Normally only the bright central part is thought of as being the nebula but as you can see it really is far larger, far larger than my field of view.