Here is a shot from a little later in the week from my previous posts. I am just now starting to process the data from this night which was 5 days later than the previous targets, and occurring on the night of 28 Sep 13.
For this object, the Helix Nebula (also referred to as the "Eye of God" for obvious reasons :) , I also went to 20 minute frames using the Astrodon 3nm Ha filter for the luminance data, and also mixing the Ha result with the Red channel for the complete RGB portion. The result I have, below, is oriented exactly as the camera caught it (normally, this is my preference). The Hubble presentation has this rotated 180 degrees, which makes the outer filaments (lower right) appear as some kind of eyebrows/lashes. Update: I have since re-oriented my final result at my main site and will include it as an additional image, here.
Further details and larger can be found here: http://jeffjastro.com/dso/NGC7293_28Sep13.htm
Re-oriented (slight color adjust and star spikes added).