The Owl nebula and M108 in Ursa Major

We have just had six clear nights in a row – which for me personally is an all-time record!  Got a few reasonable images during this period, unfortunately last couple of days had the Moon intruding, but we can’t have everything 🙂

This first image is the Owl nebula [M97] a planetary nebula, and nearby galaxy M108, both in Ursa Major.  This is an RGB image comprising 11 subs at 15 minutes per sub giving a total of 2 hours and forty five minutes.

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