.... And Stephan too! Been a long time since I posted anything here due to the rubbish weather, and not sure I should be posting this yet but I might as well since it's likely to be a while before I can add any more data to it. The "Deer Lick" group of galaxies in the top left comprising NGC 7331 and a group of fainter galaxies known as "the fleas". Not really connected as NGC 7331 is "only" 50 million LY away while the fainter ones are more like 500 million LY. In the bottom right is an interacting group known as "Stephan's Quintet discovered by Edouard Stephan in 1877. The blue galaxy is a foreground object about 40 million LY away while the other 4 are 240-310 million LY away. This is 8 1/2 hours in total made up of 2 hours each in red, green and blue in 10 min exposures, plus 2 hours 30 mins of luminance, also in 10 min exposures.. Processing was somewhat involved, and boring to any but another astrophotographer so I won't detail it here. If I do manage to get more data this season I'll add it to the image and update.