Object name: VDB152
The nebula vdB 152 has other catalog numbers but no common name I know of. This is a very odd object still not well understood. It wasn't discovered until 1979, that's how faint it is. It is a column of dust, a molecular cloud to use the correct term. This is cold gas and dust, cold enough nothing is ionized so rather than existing as a plasma like most nebula (the Orion Nebula for instance or the two in my last update) the stuff in the cloud is ordinary molecules much like you'd find here on earth. In this case, they are very cold as this one is thought to consist mostly of frozen hydrocarbons. Really frozen, like colder than liquid nitrogen.