Here are June's astrophotos. Not much in terms of quantity, but more than adequate in terms of quality. The bad news is that June was pretty much a cloud-out in the thin, fickle type. Clear one minute, cloudy the next, no time for an all-night shoot. The good news was that it was clear for two bg events: the Lagoon Nebula-Ceres transit (2 of 3 here) and the start of a lunar eclipse.
In terms of quantity, July is so far looking to be a lot better for deep sky.
Enjoy these in the meantime.
Ceres on June 2.
Ceres on June 4.
Sunbeams at dawn.
M92, the last of the great spring globulars (M13, 5, and 3 are the others).
Start of a lunar eclipse, note how the top of the Moon is darker than the bottom.
Sun pillar at dusk.
Double rainbow at dusk
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