|nebulous star forming regions (l to r) m8 lagoon and m20 trifid in sagitarrius|
700d + 130p 21x180s @ ISO 800
And now for something completely different. Down by the southern horizon, Sagittarius is revealing the centre of the galaxy. Here we follow two nebulae up to the meridian with the wide field reflector and 0.9x coma corrector giving 585mm focal length at f4.5. With turbulence over the southern horizon rife, the 700d sensor at 38º and the smoke from the San Juan fires, it was StarTools' superb deconvolution to the rescue. There's noise but it's bearable, as isn't the chromatic aberration from the cheepo cc making it look like it's been shot with an expensive refractor.