Two planetary nebulae have the same linear dimensions, structure, appearance and true total brightness, but one is twice

Two planetary nebulae have the same linear dimensions, structure, appearance and true total brightness, but one is twice as far as the other. What is the ratio of their surface brightness?

One, since surface brightness is independent of distance.

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