Blog the previous nights viewing. Link to images on the gallery or simply describe what you observed the night before. Leave the technical and howto in another forum.
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Below is the raw stack of 3 hours with a 4-inch apo and Canon 40D. With averted vision you may just make out a fuzzy patch at the centre. This is the very remote and very faint dwarf galaxy LeoII. Its brightest stars are 20th magnitude so I was pushing my luck. The bright star dead centre is a foreground star and not part of LeoII.
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