This time with long H-alpha exposures. Tne Moon was almost full, but the H-alpha filter worked excepcionally well, showing little gradient.
I tested 1,000-second long exposures, instead of the 600’s that I was used to. It worked ok, with a very good guiding done by the DSI Pro.
This is the final H-alpha image (stacking of 6):
I combined this image with old RGB subs taken a year ago and that had too much noise. Teh result, I think, is wonderful (I used the H-alpha as a R component).