The North American nebula is another popular target in the Cygnus area of the night sky. Right next to it is the Pelican nebula, which I was completely unaware of until Kelby pointed it out to me. I framed this to get the rich star field to the left of the nebula. My white balance and f-stop were not ideally set, giving me this weird color and stars-o-plenty. Whoops! I've since made adjustments and taken a couple test exposures of this target with much better results.
I revisted this with my new wide field imaging scope and a UHC filter. The results impressed me greatly! Galaxies used to be my absolute favorite things to image. Now, I'm starting to feel nebulae competing for that attention.
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Taken with my Rebel T7i with an 85mm lens on a SkyGuider Pro mount
Taken with my Rebel T7i, William Optics Z61, and SkyGuider Pro mount
One of the 300 exposures used to create the previous image