The 2nd light with the new camera and filter was 1 week later possible and the Cirrus Nebula was the main target. As a gift an open cluster NGC 6940 was visible on the first sub which is a nice bycatch. Due lack of tracking only subs of 40 seconds was the best to eliminate PE.
This image is a stack of 150 frames of 40 sec @ ISO 3200
Camera: Canon EOS RP Filter: IDAS-NB2 Telescope: Canon EF 200mm F2.8L II USM @ F2.8 Place: Melissant, de Lus – The Netherlands
Comet Neowise was easily visible with the naked eye during these days. The broad yellowish tail is the dust tail, and the smaller blue one is the ion tail mostly from CO+. After closest approach to the sun the coma turned green which is an indication of high amount of CN and C2 molecules.
This image is a stack of 20 frames of 30 sec @ ISO 1600
Camera: Canon EOS RP Telescope: Canon EF 200mm F2.8L II USM @ F2.8 Place: Middelharnis – The Netherlands