After four weeks of abstinence because of holidays and bad weather, I wanted to get some stars in front of the mirror at full moon and clear sky (as usual). Bright objects in narrowband are very grateful under these conditions, so I choosed be the pelican nebula and the great wall in NGC 7000.
I still had data from 2015 and 2016, which were won with the small FSQ85, which I added into processing pool. The resul was pretty good. Through the details of the Newton the pictures seems very plastic.
Here is the Hubble raw image of Pelican:
And here the great wall: