Getting a decent period of clear sky is proving a rare event at the moment. It was again frustrating to hear the warning sound the guiding software emits when it has lost the guide star which is nearly always due to cloud moving in. This time I only managed 4 usable subs before the session came to a premature halt. It looks as though this edge on galaxy has the potential for a nice image given a decent number of exposures. NGC 5907 is mag. 10.4. The tiny smudge at upper right is NGC 5906. Details: 4x 7 minute exposures @ iso800 with CLS in DSS & CS2.