Every weather app predicted a clear sky until 8pm, then clouds. Turns out they were out by 3 hours. It cleared up around 9 and stayed that way for a couple of hours until I got too cold, but not before I was able to rattle off a few captures. I used my Celestron X-Cel 2X barlow instead of my usual "stumpy barlow" (which is just the lens element unscrewed from the tube of a 2X barlow). I decided to do this having seen excellent images from Steve Y and others taken with a similar (theoretically too high) focal length because I wanted to see how it would work out. I have to say I'm impressed with the glass of the X-Cel and the results, notwithstanding my slightly overcooking the results, although I quite like the oven-baked look.
Stacked in AS!3 and sharpened in R6 using the dyadic wavelet scheme.
Wash your hands.