Deep-Sky Imaging during November in the U.K.

Although it is the beginning of the long darks nights this month, and if only the weather played ball you could be imaging from about 5:30 p.m. on – November is a completely frustrating month as you never seem to get a clear night’s sky.  This does seem to be a yearly occurence, so I checked my imaging log book which goes back to winter 2007 – and sure enough November has been a write-off imaging wise every year since 2007!!  So November is just as bad as June (when it doesn’t get properly dark) as far as I’m concerned.  It’s also not too good for most of May (light evenings) and for most of July too (light evenings again).  So that’s 4 months written off not counting intrusive Moon and bad weather at other times of the year.  Hmm – beginning to think this is not the best hobby to have in the U.K. 🙂

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