The University of Arizona Public Outreach program is offering remote access (for a price) to their 0.81 meter, f/7 telescope located at their SkyCenter observatory on top of Mt. Lemmon at 2,791 meters. Control is by means of a scripted plan I write for the SkyCenter's ACP Observatory Control Software. I gave it a shot on a couple of nights of good seeing on 23 and 24 March. The target was NGC 3810, a pretty little galaxy in Leo. I have uploaded a dozen or so of those frames to PixInsight Files for anyone who would like to play with the data.
I am currently trying to create a master flat to use with the supplied bias and dark masters to properly calibrate and integrate the handful of red frames I uploaded. So far I'm not coming up with what looks like the right result. If I wanted to, I'm sure I could do the job in CCDStack, but I haven't yet found the key for doing the same in PI. Anyone want to take a crack at it?
You can access my files at endor.pixinsight.org with username=Temporary and password=Challenge3810.