One of those nights where very little went right. I didn't get the camera properly seated in the focuser...leaving it at a slight angle to the focal plane. Guiding was eratic at best. Again the declination axis would drop 4 or 5 pixels every 15 minutes or so.....and then guide along with less than half a pixel deviation. Out of 51 three minute subs, I was only able to use 37....and even they are not very good.
The full moon didn't help, but this should be a much better picture in spite of the moon.
I tried 5 minute subs, but the image was totally blown out......can probably blame the moon for that.
I took a few frames of NGC 7331, but abandoned that because the scale was so small. I probably should have stuck with it......switching objects is when most of the difficulties began.
NGC 6888, the Crescent Nebula in Cygnus: Such as it is :-(
37 subs at 3 min, 1 hour and 51 minutes @ ISO 800