Was all over the sky this evening. I began the evening imaging the Leo Trio of galaxies (M65, M66 and NGC 3628. This is another favorite target by a number of imagers.
After taking a few frames of these galaxies, I aimed a little northeast of these to the constellation Coma Berenices and took a few shots of NGC4565, an edge on spiral galaxy about 43 million light years away.
The little galaxy on the right is NGC 4562.
Lastly, M13 was imaged. I tried something I've never tried before with a deep sky object. I used a 2x barlow, therefore doubling the focal length to 1400mm and also doubling the f-stop to f/10. The stars still look good with the long focal length, and they still appear to be pinpoints.
The barlow just might be worthwhile when imaging small objects.