Almost 10 years have passed since I had opened a similar thread on our local astronomy forum. That topic being dedicated for the work with my first home made Cassegrain telescope (included the optics). So, it is some kind of nostalgic feeling for me to be able to continue that style of topic here, where I am still active. Now, my main telescope will be a DK of 170mm aperture and 4400mm nominal focal length. At this parameters. In fact, a bit longer focal length (~4500mm) in reality, with a longer photographic extension or back focus distance. For the moment, the telescope is in a provisional form.
Of course, solar system photographs taken with a Canon 550D (DSLR) in raw mode (and a 2 degrees wedge disc, as an ADC corrector, inserted at the proper distance when it's necessary)
The fist one to start this topic is Mars from October 10th, in good seeing. The red planet was just 14".4 and at 24 degrees altitude. 2200 frames stacked.
Thanks for watching!