"Russ: The only info I found was the one on the right, NGC 3619, 90 mly, the left one 3613, nothing from NASA, SEDS, other observations DATA sites, only described as faint small smudges, both in the constellation Ursa major, I will continue to look."
This image may not be much to look at, but something different, with little to no information on the internet as far as distance, either way, this is a single 15 minute exposure from here in Nicaragua, far left is NGC 3613 and far right is 3619.
This image of M-105 right side was taken 3-16-15 10pm, a rare occasion to have seeing conditions here in Nicaragua this time of year, very windy, HIGH humidity, and passing clouds, AT 32 MLY, I was pleased to see anything at all, 3x5 minutes…
"Hello Philip: I like the image of Orion nebula, The light band in the image is no doubt the focal reducer, your issue though is the opposite of mine with the SCT 8" Celestron Edge HD and focal reducer, no problem with images such as M-42, but…"
Hi William! Both are good reasons to be here. Was there something in particular that you were looking for input on? Just ask. I don;t know much myself, but I can usually send you in the right direction. I think there are a couple guys here who are running a similar set up to you, and everyone is quick to help. Don't be shy.