Imaging in Summer???

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Imaging in Summer???

Postby Demon » Wed May 29, 2019 12:39 pm

Please forgive what may be a daft question;
For years I've considered astronomy a winter hobby, however while I have been getting the gear ready and enjoying winter, now that I've got a better set up I really want to get out there. What can you actually do in summer?
I assume its still a question of good nights and bad nights and will have to stay up later, but are there better target than others, are you restricted to filters and narrower band targets...
Any advice would be greatly appreciated thanks very much?

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