The latest Parker/Carboni offering is the beautiful Iris nebula in the constellation Cepheus.
Taken with the Hyperstar III on the C11 this represents 3-hours and 40-minutes worth of RGB (one shot colour data). Not only does the very faint “pink bit” show up just below the bright star in the Iris, but look at all the brown dust surrounding the region blocking out the background stars. I am really pleased with this one – and the Sky 90 equivalent of this would have taken me nearly 24-hours in total, and anything from 4 to 6 good clear Moonless imaging nights!!! Hyperstars rock!