Object name: BARNARD362
Barnard 362 is a dark nebula located in northeastern Cygnus about 2 degrees northeast of M39. Like many of Barnard's nebulae, it isn't totally opaque throughout. It has nodules that are quite dense embedded in a far less dense cloud. While LDN 1014 at the bottom of my image is a single dense core much like a Bok Globule though I don't see it described as being one. Though a paper on Barnard 362 says it is a Bok Globule. I found one paper ( http://www.aanda.org/articles/aa/pdf/2011/12/aa16438-11.pdf ) claiming to have better determined the distance to LDN 1014. Their value is 258 pc +/- 50 pc (841 light-years +/- 163 light-years). This paper indicates it considers Barnard 362 to be likely at about the same distance though some data indicated it was about 50 light-years closer they consider that due to two outliers that when removed results in a similar distance.