Hi all...updating the blog with a recent result as I continue to process data :) I did (recently) get out in the backyard, again, too. I switched to the larger scope for three different targets, one of which is the supernova in M82. Those images to come later (thanks for your patience!) :)
Meanwhile, here is reduced-size version of "Sadr" (full size and details are here: http://jeffjastro.com/dso/Sadr_25Dec13.htm):
Imaged over 2 nights. Cygnus area supergiant Sadr (also known as Gamma
Cygni, γ Cygni, or γ Cyg) is the center bright star, together with the diffuse emission nebula
IC 1318 that lies in the background (red
and dark color). This image is Ha_HaRGB, where Ha:R (80:20) was used for
the Red channel, and Ha for Luminance.