NGC 6960, aka the Western Veil, Caldwell 34 or the Witch’s Broom with the bright star 52 Cygni.
After imaging the Eastern veil (2 panels mosaic) and the Pickering triangle, I continued the effort on the Western Veil. I like the Veil nebula as it is very well placed for my latitude (30 degrees North) and because it has a strong response in all 3 narrow bands, including SII, as well as in color. I was slightly worried 52 Cygni may spoil the image but the diffraction spikes remain manageable.
About calibration: I would suggest to use the 2023-10-01 calibration files, which has the flats after the Paracorr flake event. Those files are in Fit format. 2023-09-25 has the same files in xisf format. The last file G90, has the flat before the flake event.
The flake event happened at some point, before I started the SHO for NGC 6960. I am still investigating if it happened during the recording of NGC 6960 RGB, or before.