This is a closeup of the Cygnus Wall (or Mexico) in the North America Nebula. I shot a wider field of view of the North America Nebula when I first started this hobby. I guess you can say I’ve made some improvements since then! This photo contains just over 15 hours worth of data all shot from my light polluted backyard.

Lights: 60 x 300 second exposures each of SII, Ha, OIII and 5 x 60 seconds of R, G, B for the stars

Darks: 30 x 300 second exposures

30 flat and 30 bias exposures

Camera: ZWO ASI1600MM 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 and Photoshop