I was totally happy with my NGC7000 image from the last post, so I didnt bother imaging that one again. I did want to get the Heart and Soul, which I was unable to do before this. Also wanted to get the Veil Nebula, to see how much of it I could get in one frame.
I warmed up with the Andromeda Galaxy before starting on the dim stuff.
Since Andromeda came out so well, I then went over to Cassiopeia and got the Heart. These emission nebulae are difficult to do in white light, but its so dark at Cherry Springs, that one does not really need any filters to do a decent job with them.
After the heart, I moved the scope a couple degrees over to the Soul Nebula. This one was a little brighter and required less image processing. I was able to image them both and they both fit in the frames.
Couldnt quite get the entire veil nebula complex in one frame, but I was able to get the witches broom and Pickering's Triangle.