Still trying to work out some issues with collimation on my FSQ-106, I spent the last couple nights imaging some targets from my light polluted neighborhood in Davie Florida and Harold Campbell Publis Use area in the Florida everglades.
This image of M17 (The Swan) is only 40 minutes taken during a 1/4 moon. The resulting image althougt not great due to lack of exposure time and the use of old flats show the same forward progress in collimation.
The Swan taken from Harold Campbell in the Florida Everglades
This image of M39 is 20, 400 second frames for a total of 133 minutes of exposure. The stars are looking about 90 percent correct in all corners so im please with the progess so far.
M39 taken from Davie Florida