After weeks of poor weather the skies finally cleared here near Melbourne (Australia) and on a new moon weekend as well. Given how poor the weather has been I set up both imaging rigs on all four nights to get everything I could. Voyager worked flawlessly on both setups on all four nights with dragscripts managing everything from the initial plate solve and sync to sky flats (For the ASI2600, the 294 needs fixed length flats) and parking the mounts at the end.
All images shot with Voyager, integrated in Astro Pixel Processor and post in Photoshop.
First up was the inevitable image of M42, this is 100 X 10 second subs and 37 X 600 second subs, layer masks used in Photoshop to reveal the core without losing the faint dust. This was shot with my ASI2600 OSC camera and Stellarvue SVX80T on an ioptron CEM70G mount. Shot over three of the four nights.
To fill in the last night I shot the Witches Head nebula with the same equipment, I need to reframe this to eliminate the light from Rigel.
With my old C925 SCT on an AZEQ6, using an ASI294 MC Pro camera I shot Fornax A and B
Finally and with the least data, NGC1398.