Clear skies last night and just enough time to capture 5 x 200 second subs in each of R, G and B, using the TEC 140 'scope plus the ML16803 camera. Here's the big picture (25% scale):
Greg Parker's "3" Asterism
and here's a crop (50% scale)
Greg Parker's "3" Asterism - Close up
I don't usually do star spikes but I decided to add them to this one as I think they help draw the eye towards the asterism. Processing followed the workflow outlined in this PixInsight thread
but without using a "Repaired RGB". The star cores needed a little more manual cleanup than usual and, as always, colour balance is a challenge when there's so much there to start with. Unlike my recent rendition of the Soul Nebula, and my current project reworking my Heart Nebula data, I saw very few (bright) blue stars in this patch of sky.
As I mentioned before, a great find. If it isn't already in the books it deserves a place with your name attached.