NGC 6979, or Pickering’s triangle in the veil nebula (Cygnus). About 12 hours of narrow band. I may add a starfield and RGB at some point. This image was an after though, as I needed a morning target during the end of Galaxy season (May 2023).
One could follow this tutorial for a very nice & complete processing, as the data offered here and what was used for the tutorial are fairly similar – Moana of course has 4 time the aperture surface of the AP130, twice the resolution and a better correction at the edge of the field, but currently suffers from a slightly outdated camera (to be corrected soon).