Not many DSO opportunities left this season!

Last night was pretty good, although the cloud came and went a bit. The Moon was also up until late, so not too ideal for DSO observing. By the time the moon has gone, it won’t get properly dark for a couple of months.

I started with Jupiter, reverting to the old faithful Toucam. Not the best, but considerably better than last time. You can just see the GRS appearing at about 8 o’clock. All the moons were nicely displayed too.

I then moved on to some more obscure NGC objects. NGC 5634 is a small somewhat obscure globular in Virgo.

I finished with a Messier globular that I hadn’t imaged before.

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