Visibility IV / V
I photographed this great object in the constellation of Cepheus for six nights from small clouds. The object is named Elephant's Trunk Nebula due to its appearance at wavelengths of visible light. The target only rises above the observation horizon after midnight at this time of year so it was difficult to get long series at a time. However, light accumulated for about 12 hours in the narrowband and one hour for RGB for the stars.
A larger image and a small information package can be found in my blog: www.evenfall.space/post/the-elephant-s-trunk-nebula