I had a little time last night (Oct 18th, 2017) to do some imaging in this great week of clear skies. I chose the “Butterfly Nebula” near Sadr in Cygnus as my target. I did not have a ton of time since I had to do some things before going out, so I didn’t get started until after 10:30 pm. And then I had to get up for work this morning, so I only got 7 Ha images and 4 OIII images. All images were 5 minutes long. Originally, I experimented with having Sadr in the lower right hand corner, but then decided (with the help of some opinions, thank you guys!), to remove it from the frame. However, as you can see, it didn’t really like being removed from the frame, and still made its presence known! Hopefully more imaging will happen tonight and tomorrow.