I managed to get a few hours of RGB data to go with the hydrogen-alpha data shown below, just before the first quarter moon and another rounds of clouds and rain arrived. So, here’s NGC 7000 and IC 5070. Note the bright spot in the upper right — that’s Deneb just outside of the field of view, which is presumably the star that ionizes the hydrogen that we see glowing.
7 hours total integration
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