Last year, I got a new 80 mm refractor but wanted to wait until galaxy season had ended to try it out. In the meantime, I had grown tired of processing 1000+ subframes that my ASI1600 was producing for each of my images. I decided to buy a CCD camera that allowed for longer exposures. This image represents first light for both the new scope and CCD camera.
Naturally, Voyager worked its magic night after night and took perfect dawn sky flats whenever I directed it to do so.
Here are NGC 7000 and IC 5070, AKA the North America and Pelican nebulae. Thanks for looking.