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I think it was the first observation me and my brother could do since the weather was pretty bad since January. We were trying to see other stars when we found Jupiter and three of its moons.
It was a pleasant experience, we saw it in B/N because I haven't got filters yet.
The first chance I got I took my scope out to see Saturn. I was forced to look through a neighbors tree but enough light still came through the branches for me to see Saturn. It wasn't the best view but it blew my mind that I was looking at Saturn and could still see its rings despite the poor conditions. I was only able to view for about 15 min before Saturn went to far into the tree and the image became a dim mess.
This was the second session with this comet. A combination of binos for visual and a bit of widefield photography to capture this comet (DSLR + iOptron Skytracker V2). Started by locating the comet with my binos and rigged the iOptron and DSLR after that. Wanted to get both the comet and the Pleiades in frame. This is my, so far, sixth observed comet.
M45 was my first astrophotography object, piggybacked a Nikon D3200 with a 200mm lens to get this shot: (Not the greatest shot I've ever taken)
Magnificent cluster for anyone with a small telescope(or large), how many stars can you count?