When I am not doing dedicated image session, I'll pop onto YouTube and do a live stream, jump around the sky and see different targets, whether it be the moon or some deep sky objects, which may involve some live stacking.
This is the stream from the night of 13th/14th January. For this evening, the equipment was the RASA 11" (620mm focal length), ASI 2600MC-P Colour camera, and had a Baader UHC-S contrast filter. The mount was the CGX-L.
Targets that evening were (all timestamped in the video description):
M42 Orion Nebula
M81 Bode's and M82 Cigar Galaxies
NGC 1499 California Nebula (part of)
NGC 2903 Galaxy
NGC 4236 Galaxy
M51 Whirlpool Galaxy
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