Last night was the clearest night of the year for me. After taking a look at M46 and seeing the beautiful NGC 2438 planetary nebula within it for the first time, I moved my sights up to the Double Cluster. My hope was to spot the comet C/2017 T2 and although I think I did, it was very faint and not easily seen in a wide field view. I started the daunting task of sketching the Double Cluster. This was much harder than I initially expected. Every time I felt like I captured an area accurately I would look back into the eyepiece and realize I had lost my place and didn't know where to start again. Perhaps with practice this will get easier... Anyway, although it may not be perfectly, scientifically accurate I think it does represent what I saw in my mind's eye.
Focal Length: 1250mm
Conditions: Very Clear