Ever use a long telephoto lens? I mean a LOOOOOONG telephoto? Like - around 22,000 mm? Well that's about the focal lenght of a 2.3 Meter F/9 telescope. Here are a couple of snapshots taken through the BOK 90" Telescope on Monday night of M1 and Hubble's variable nebula. FOV is about 4 arcminutes.
A Canon 5D Mark II was used set at ISO 3200. Exposure times were 28 minutes at F/9. Processed using ImagePlus and PS5. Seeing was about 2.0 arcseconds.