C12 - Fireworks galaxy

It is always a challenge to image dim galaxies during late Spring. This is the result of about 5 hours exposure on a color APS-C camera and the same again, of Ha on a 1-inch mono CMOS. Scope was a 10" RCT with a 0.67 reducer. This was imaged at low altitude, mostly to avoid the moonrise.


Very nice Buzz!

That is a cracker, Buzz! Love the colours! :crazy_face: