The image presented is just one part of a set of data that I'm working with and is the unfinished L channel for the Iris nebula which I earlier posted as an RGB proof of concept image. The objective was to see how much dust can be captured from sites no better than Bortle 7
It was unfortunate that I had to fix the blue filter tilt so the camera is in a different position for the additional data which has caused me to have to crop the full frame a bit until I have sufficient data to fill out the edges of the misaligned subs.
I have currently captured about 10 hours of useable data- all as 60 second 3x3 bin LRGB subs. The L frame below is 225 60 second subs on the C14 using the reducer and Baader L/UVCUT filter.
The Iris nebula is circumpolar from my latitude so I will be able to get a lot more data and would hope to be able to get as many hours as possible throughout the year- returning when I can.
I still need more data in the L channel and perhaps a lot more RGB. I've just started to see more dust and a reduction in noise in the L channel after about 5 hours of data.
As always comments invited.