Most astro photographers take images of M42, the Great Orion Nebula. They always have De Mairans Nebula M43 in their image but nobody call the image M43. So today I call my image M43 which is in the center of my image. Imaged with the ASI6200MC-Pro at RASA 11, 64 x 180s plus 72 x 10s for the bright core of M42.
this is M101, the Pinwheel Galaxy, with the ASI094-MC Pro at RASA 11. 100 x 3 minutes. The RASA had a collimation problem, so I had to trash the frames of the first and second night. This image is
from the third night after collimation. Not perfect but I think a little bit to good for trash.
Horsehead and Flame are always a great pleasure to look at but not easy to process.
Imaged with the ASI094MC-Pro @ my Celestron RASA 11. 48 x 3 minutes color and 48 x 3 minutes HA. So total exposure time was only about 5 hours.
Processing with PixInsight and Photoshop CS6.