Its been a long time, but now that the nights are getting longer and getting dark earlier, I now have the time to image the sky. On 9/5 I did a composite of the moon using 15 individual videos and stitched the segments together to get an image of the entire visible moon.
Then took a few closeups... Crater Copernicus.
Schiller to Clavius
The Iris Nebula (NGC 2023) was imaged on 9/13. Here is a full frame and a cropped closeup.
9/16. Albiero, probably the prettiest double in the northern hemisphere....
NGC 6946, the Fireworks Galaxy. This one is always a difficult one for me due to light pollution.
On 9/23, I got the CCD out and imaged the Deer Lick Galaxy Group in LRGB.
9/24 it was the Cocoon Nebula's turn, but this one was shot using the Hα filter.
Then on 9/29, I imaged NGC 6939 and M15. I also imaged the Fireworks Galaxy again, but the transparency wasnt as good as earlier in the month, so I wont duplicate it here.
and finally, M15.