Summer is over and no need to stay up until the crack of dawn to take some astrophotos. At lest I was able to gather some data on some of the best summer deep sky objects – the North America and Butterfly nebulae. Actually conditions were not ideal – almost full moon and actually too late to setup the “big stuff”. So I grabbed my Skyguider Pro, 700D and 105mm macro lens. Ha data was promising, so a couple of nights later I added plenty of RBG. Actually the result was better than expected.

Oh well, there was a lunar eclipse as well and a bit of other trials and errors. See for yourselves…

October 2019

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