Another in Lacerta

What looked to be a clear sky tempted me to a session on returning from the MKAS meeting. With a bright moon still much in evidence I decided to try for another of Lacerta's clusters. The target was NGC 7209 but constant patches of cloud arrived to prevent a run of decent subs and I had to settle for only 10 of very variable quality before the clarity disappeared completely. A hint of the Cocoon Nebula can just be detected towards the upper right which would have been far more obvious under better conditions. Details: Tair-3S 300mm@F8 . 10x 4 minutes @ iso1600 (full field) with CLS in DSS, FIV, CS2 & XAT

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