The Moon was shining powerful, almost full. Time to take a break? Nop! With the H-alpha filter high-quality pictures can be obtained regardless of the moonlight.
So I pointed at the NorthAmerica Nebula, and tried to frame also the Pelican.
It’s amazing how much detail can be achieved with long exposures of the H-alpha filter.
As a curiosity, a satellite happened to cross the field while I was imaging. It was recorded in the first frame:
After some investigation, taking into account the precise timing of the event, I identified the invader as NEE-02 KRYSAOR, launched in 2013 and belonging to Ecuador: