Despite the nearly full bright moon I got out last night and managed to save 7, five minute exposures (satellites and planes)
I am still new to DSO processing so this has been shrunk down as it was processed a little too hard. Its still a little too light as well.
I'm also still trying to find out the best method for setup each night. Here, I set the mount up, polar align with scope and sync a few stars to make goto's more accurate. Once I land on my object, I ensure its centered then launch PHD2 to start guiding.
Takahashi FC-100DZ at F/5.3.
35 minutes total exposure time.