Attached is a recent "random" image I took earlier in July 2016. I have a lot of light pollution and heat-noise to deal with (being a DSLR, not a cooled CCD; sensor temps were near 28degC). But in my integrated image, I noticed a little fuzzy that didn't look like a typical integration left-over.
So I converted the plate solved RA/DEC degrees into DMS, and found the same spot in WWT, then enabled the Deep Sky Survery imagery. Rotating that image to match my own, it appears there really may be some kind of object at the same location (as highlighted in the attached image).
WTT has no classification at the location of the "fuzzy". If anyone has other astro-sources to compare with (or maybe have larger or better equipment to collect an image at), the location is near:
RA center: 233.089 degrees
DEC center: 15.589 degrees
'15h 32m 21.36s +15d35m20.4s' (July 2 2016, 1am CST)
Thanks, clear skies!
EDIT: I don't know what the read dots are across the center of DSS image below and right (I assume a kind of seam between two images stitches together)
EDIT: Halfway between the bright star and the faint-fuzzy point at, looks like there might be another smaller faint-fuzzy. The brightest star in the frame is mag 8.4, so pretty much everything else is over Mag 13.
Edited by steven_usa, 25 July 2016 - 09:04 PM.