Object name: M030
M30 is a globular cluster in Capricornus about 26,000 light-years distant. At -23 degrees it is really too low for me to image but being an M object I had to give it a try. I gave up waiting for a really good night and settled for one with fair seeing but not so good transparency. Color data is somewhat suspect due to this as well as how low it is. Being so low my window to image it is short. I settled for half my normal color data and 25% less luminance as nights for imaging so low are very limited. I have to image between trees and fight the wall of the observatory. In fact for the blue image, the wall blocked a considerable portion of my aperture. I tried several more times for the blue data but seeing never cooperated always being very poor.