Object name: PK164+31.1
This nebula goes by several names, Jones-Emberson 1, PK 164+31.1, AG82 95, PN VV 47, The Headphones Nebula and even NGC 2474-5. The latter is a mistake as NGC 2474 and NGC 2475 are a pair of galaxies not far from this planetary nebula in the sky. In case you were wondering PK stands for Perek Kohoutek, two Czech astronomers who compiled this catalog of mostly planetary nebula. It was supposed to be all planetary nebula but some have since turned out to be something other than a planetary nebula. You may have heard of Kohoutek, he found a comet that was predicted to be big and bright beyond anything ever seen and it wasn't. That wasn't Kohoutek's fault, he just found it, others predicted great things that didn't happen. Still, it wasn't a bad comet at all.