Although the full moon is now past history, I still post the last two of my H-alpha images from last week. They are from the opposite ends of the image scale range of my camera lenses and may be useful as targets that fit certain frames.
Flame and Horsehead Nebulas with a 300mm f4 Takumar lens and Lodestar x2c with LodestarLive v.011.
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Barnard's Loop with a 35mm f2 Takumar lens and Lodestar x2c with LodestarLive v.011.
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I searched this album and couldn't find any EAA image of Barnard's Loop. I was pleasantly surprised how easy it was to get it with the Lodestar and H-alpha filter. I mean-stacked 5 frames because it made the final images nice and smooth. But even the first single frame was fully enjoyable.