Here are some images that I took last Friday night during a clear spell up here in New England. The transparency was average, temps in the 40's. I set up my remote imaging rig (Nexstar 8SE @ F/10, ASI294 and SvBony CLS filter on a ZWO EFW electronic filter wheel). I imaged mostly galaxies in and around Ursa Major, Leo, Canes Venatici and Coma Berenices. The images were 8 secs x 75 subs for a total of 10 minutes, gain was set to 400.