The seeing was quite good this morning, but a very heavy fog was rolling in that eventually ended the session earlier than I would have liked. As a result, the color balance of the image was difficult to manage as the transparency of the sky was changing constantly and rapidly throughout each of the imaging sequences. Despite that, excellent detail was visible thanks to the still, heavy air above the fog.
Here’s one oriented with north “up” for those of you who prefer an erect-image view.
And the traditional “south-up” view. Most amateur researchers traditionally preferred this orientation to match the view through an astronomical telescope.
and in near infra-red (>742nm) light: