Object name: NGC6765
NGC 6765 is one of Lyra's "other" planetary nebulae. It has many of them. While some planetary nebula looks similar to the blue-green ball of Neptune, hence their horribly wrong name many have very strange shapes. This is one of them. It is located 1.2 degrees northwest of M56. I found many distance measurements for it. A recent distance would be about 5000 light-years. That gives it a rather large diameter of about 2 light-years. It is considered to be in the early stages of interacting with the InterStellar Medium. For early stage, it sure looks messed up to me.