This completes a trilogy of images that I captured from April 12-14, 2019 (April 13-15 in UTC time). The other two images were previously posted here and here. That particular weekend did not necessarily have the best seeing conditions, but it did have three clear nights in a row. What I didn't realize at the time was that this was to be one of the last stretches of clear nights for 2.5 months, and I have done almost no imaging since then (I believe I only have one new image obtained since April 14, which I posted about in my Lunar X thread....and notably zero planets yet).
This is a mosaic of six panels. C9.25 Edge HD and ASI183mm camera with green filter. A direct link to the full sized image is below (9000x11000). Definitely worth clicking on the link for the full size, as the Flickr home page does not display the full resolution unless you specifically download it. These conditions did not allow for the absolute best image outcome that I always hope for, but in general this outcome is a good one, and there are only a handful of nights a year in which I can expect better.
Edited by Tom Glenn, 27 June 2019 - 05:05 AM.