We finally had some nights without clouds and rain, that coincided with a new moon, which gave me the opportunity to shoot the Horsehead Nebula sitting in Orion’s Belt. By no means is it award winning, but I’m happy with the progress I’m making. This is 20 x 5 minute exposures with dark and flat calibration frames. Shot on my ZWO ASI294MC Pro OSC camera and Radian Raptor 61 telescope with Optolong L-Enhance filter. I also got to use my new SkyWatcher EQ6-R Pro mount that was able to get me the 5 minute guided exposures without any star trails. Next step is to take the rig to some dark skies instead of the Bortle 7+ skies in my backyard.