Andromeda with new telescope plus Nov 23-24, 2019 time lapse with star trails

Andromeda - M31

I bought a small refractor and have made my first attempt at stacking multiple exposures. This was made from 211 x 30 second exposures taken over two hours.

Telescope: Zenithstar 61 APO
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Mount: Star Adventurer
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Camera: Sony a6300
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Software: DeepSkyStacker
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I bought a small refractor and have made my first attempt at stacking multiple exposures. This was made from 211 x 30 second exposures taken over two hours. Telescope: Zenithstar 61 APO williamoptics.com/products/telescope/zenithstar/zenithsta... Mount: Star Adventurer www.skywatcherusa.com/collections/star-adventurer/product... Camera: Sony a6300 www.sony.com/electronics/interchangeable-lens-cameras/ilc... Software: DeepSkyStacker deepskystacker.free.fr/english/index.html
I started out at sunset using a new telescope to image Andromeda and only switched to time lapse after 8:30pm MST. Now that I have a telescope, there’s competition between wide-field time lapse and deep-sky stacking. While I have two cameras, I only have one portable battery bank and sturdy tripod.