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M27: Dumbbell Nebula. Taken through SW 250mm Quattro Astrograph using ASI533MC with L-Enhance filter. 32 subs of 180 secs. Guided using ASI120MC vis ASI OAG.
IC318: Sadr Region. The bright star is Sadr or Gamma Cygnus. Taken through SW 250 Quattro using ASI533MC camera/L-Enhance filter. 31 subs of 180 secs.
IC318: Sadr Region. The bright star is Sadr or Gamma Cygnus. This was taken concurrently with the image on the left. Taken through SW EV50 using ASI294MC camera/L-Extreme filter. 30 subs of 180 secs. Processed with darks/flats.
IC1795: Fishhead Nebula, also know as Northen Bear Nebula. This object is a bright emission nebula about 70 l-yrs across and around 6,000 l-yrs from Earth, in Cassiopeia.. Taken through SW 250 Quattro using ASI533MC camera/L-Enhance filter. 31 subs of 180 secs.
IC1805 Heart Nebula. IC1795 Fishhead can be seen to the left of centre. This was taken concurrently with the image on the left. Taken through SW EV50 using ASI294MC camera/L-Extreme filter. 31 subs of 180 secs. Processed with darks/flats.

Ced 214 is part of the large nebulous complex in Cepheus that also includes NGC 7822. 43 subs of 180 seconds taken through the f4 P250 using the ASI533-MC-Pro camera and L-eNhance filter.
Sh2-155 Cave Nebula. Diffuse nebula in Cepheus. 43 subs of 180 seconds taken through the f4 P250 using the ASI533-MC-Pro camera and L-eNhance filter.
NGC 281 Pacman is a bright emission nebula in Cassiopeia. 43 subs of 180 seconds taken through the f4 P250 using the ASI533-MC-Pro camera and L-eNhance filter.
NGC 7635 Bubble is an H II region emmission nebula in Cassiopeia. 32 subs of 180 seconds taken through the f4 P250 using the ASI533-MC-Pro camera and L-eNhance filter.
The night skies over Cornwall were very poor, so I subscribed to the SLOOH Telescope for a while, to 'keep my hand in'. Using a remote scope such as SLOOH does have the advantage of being able to 'see' those targets which are mostly or always below the horizon.
The image below is an example.
Tarantula Nebula
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