NGC 1931 on the left (the fly) and IC417 on the right (the spider). Two famous nebulae in Auriga.
Taken with a Takahashi TOA130NFB @ F/5.7 with TOA Reducer and QSI 583wsg with Astrodon Gen 2 E series LRGB and 5nm Ha Filters.
Image scale of 1.4 arcsec/pixel.
Guided with a SBIG STi on a MiniBorg 50.
AP1200 GTO Mount
Exposure time: LRGB: 225:170:180:180 mins with 900secs subs for Luminance and 600 secs subs for RGB. Ha: 240 mins, 30 mins subs.
Softwares: CCDAutopilot,Sky6 Pro,MaxIM DL,Focusmax, CCDNavigator, CCDStack and Photoshop CS2
Taken on October 13, November 10 and 16 2012 in Jackson, Ohio