Tonight looks like the last clear night for a while around here, so I set up my Orion Sky View Pro with my Tamron 150-600mm lens out back to take a lot of pictures of the Great Nebula of Orion (M42), and try to get some better shots of Bode's Nebula (M81) and the Cigar Galaxy (M82), while I had the chance.
Someday, I hope to figure out how to avoid blowing out the trapezium in Orion's nebula, or to fix it in post processing. But in the meantime, this is the best I've come up with, so far. I also need to make another trip to a darker site than my back yard - then I could probably get by with less than 151 exposures! Although, the more the better.
I stacked 151 images of M42, and 98 of Bode's Nebula with the Cigar Galaxy toward the bottom, and NGC 3077 as a tiny fuzzy object toward the upper right.