Just a quickie between 3am and dawn. The ageing STL-11000M is seriously in need of putting out to pasture. It's readout noise is triple what it should be. 1 hour each RG&B. NGC 7599 toward 10 o'clock and 7590 (12 o'clock), both mag 11.5, show clumpy blue new star clusters. NGC 8582 (4 o'clock) and allegedly mag 10.5 is more obviously a barred spiral with a near stellar active nucleus, but far less blue. The background is swarming with tiny galaxies. Every vaguely fuzzy star is really a galaxy. A dozen or so have clear morphology. Must come back to this one soon.
STL 11000M on 20" PlaneWave on MI-750. Field about 44' across, north up.