In my never ending quest for continuous improvement, here is my latest (and first decent) attempt at photographing the Orion Nebula. Just a tad bit better from my first attempt 3 years ago. I’ve been fighting with clouds and the moon all month, but I did manage to get a few nights of good data. That, together with new processing techniques, results in quite a nice photo!

Lights: 12 total hours (R, G, B) – 120 seconds for the nebulosity and 10 seconds for the core
Darks: 30 x 120 second exposures
30 flat and 30 bias exposures
Camera: ZWO ASI2600MM Pro
Telescope: Sky Watcher Esprit 100
Guiding: 50mm f/3.8 and ASI120MM Mini
Computer: ASIAIR Plus
Mount: Sky Watcher EQ6-R Pro
Power: Jackery 240
Processing: PixInsight, BlurXTerminator, StarXTerminator, NoiseXTerminator, GraXpert and Photoshop