A Horse and a Jellyfish
Good day to you and thanks for stopping by. It's been a quiet start to the year in astronomy terms because of the weather. Here in the UK, winters tend to be wet, wet and mild, wet and cold, wet and windy or very very occasionally clear and a bit chilly. The common theme amongst most scenarios obviously being wet. But for a couple of nights a week or so ago, we had several clear nights during which time I managed to get the roof off the observatory and get a few hours of photon collecting under my belt. Over those evenings, I concentrated on 2 targets. Both are reasonably common to amateur astrophotographers, but one of them was new to me.