In northern hemisphere we are in summer, for summer holidays I go to a place with "decent" skies.
The place has a visual limiting magnitude about 5 - 5.2, in the worst days 4.8, in the best days maybe 5.3, in short about 5 - 5.2. Also is 19.2 mag. x arcsec2
In short: is a medium-decent place for see the stars. For imagine the place: I can see the Milky Way, more in the zenit.
As I said, I will go with my pair of binoculars, exactly 20x50.
I want to know if it's possible to see planetary nebulas with this sky and with this pair of binoculars.
With Planetary nebulas, I say: NGC 6828 (blinking nebula), M27 (dumbell), M57 (ring nebula), Helix Nebula, Saturn Nebula, Eye Cat Nebula (NGC 6543)...
I think there aren't so much options with the sky I said, but I want opinions, opinions of the people that knows a lot.