Proposal 12514-Imaging of Newly-identified Edge-on Protoplanetary Disks in Nearby Star-Forming Regions.
This is a protoplanetary nebula in the constellation Chamaeleon. I couldn’t find any more info on it than that. I think a paper has yet to be released. — Stever Byrn
Additional Info on Protoplanetary Nebulas: A protoplanetary nebula or preplanetary nebula (Sahai, Sánchez Contreras & Morris 2005) (PPN) is an astronomical object which is at the short-lived episode during a star’s rapid stellar evolution between the late asymptotic giant branch (LAGB) phase and the subsequent planetary nebula (PN) phase. A PPN emits strongly in infrared radiation, and is a kind of reflection nebula. It is the second-from-the-last high-luminosity evolution phase in the life cycle of intermediate-mass stars (1–8 M☉).