First is the "Blue Snowball", a planetary nebula. I took three pictures tonight. First is the "Blue Snowball", a planetary nebula. This one is really bright and 30 second exposures are all that is really needed. The only stretching that was done was to cut off the black level at the bottom. Next is the Crab Nebula. Decent for my first attempt, with 30 and 45 second sub-exposures. There is a ton of subtle detail to bring out with much longer exposures. Last is Saturn. I've taken a bunch, and frankly, I've been a little disappointed so far. I'm matching, but have not yet exceeded the quality I got from my older, much smaller telescope. I think it is mostly due to the atmospheric turbulence around here. I've gotten the hardware I need to start autoguiding, so I should be able to start figuring that out soon (tomorrow...?) and up the quality of my another step.