Here is another week galaxy, in good position for evening observation: M74.
M 74 is a spiral face-on galaxy, of 9.4 visual magnitude, but of very low surface brightness so that it barely stands out from sky background. It deserves its name, the Phantom Galaxy, NGC628. In the constellation of Pisces, it is about 30 million light years away.
It is a blurry spot at the eyepiece with a weak central core, but the spiral arms appear when using EAA. It reminds a little of M101. Only about 1/3 of the surface of the galaxy is reported in the sketch, the extensions are missed. However the angular shape of the northern arm is clearly there.
16" Dobsonian, eyepiece observation with Ethos 13mm and EAA observation with SiOnyx Aurora NV camera in afocal mount behind a 25mm Celestron eyepiece, good conditions of seeing and average transparency. Sketching on black Canson with pastel pencils. Photography of the sketch, and digital redrawing of the stars and final formatting.