Really got a pretty good look at the GRS wake. Seemed pretty fragmented across the north and soft south. Still getting that two toned GRS appearance. Again, not sure there is any detail seen in the GRS itself, suspect a contrast illusion. Oval BA is apparent, the smaller oval near it is seen only at the best moments.
Could not make out much in the NEB, but suspect a darker southern edge with some darker, indistinct variations along it's length. The two festoons preceding the GRS are noticeably further ahead than a few nights ago. Another festoon was near the trailing edge, almost in what looked like a notch in the NEB southern edge.
The NTB appeared a very weak two tone, nothing really distinct.
150 Mak, 150 to 300x with best being closer to 200x using 12 and 18mm UO HD Orthos and shorty barlow. Oh, maybe it's convention to post observations with the south pole up.
Anyway, thanks for taking the time.