This is my latest attempt at imaging the Pleiades (Seven Sisters) open star cluster in Taurus. The “seeing” hasn’t been great lately and the moon was a factor on the 3rd. Given the sky conditions, I’m pleased with the results. Use the contact form to offer feedback.
I’ve been working on the mechanical alignment of my Newtonian telescope trying to achieve the best possible light cone for round tight stars. I’ve also recently started using a Baader Planetarium MPCC multi-purpose coma corrector (PDF). The corrector is a lens assembly that corrects the light cone as it passes through allowing round stars almost to the edge of the full frame sensor. I highly recommend this product to anyone imaging with a fast Newtonian telescope!