Here are several CCD images taken by Dick Bobick at our Columbus Observatory. All were several images "stacked" together to form the final image. The color images were taken by using red, green, blue filters with at least one luminance shot stacked to improve the image contrast. The time of each image varied from 100 to 600 seconds. The camera is an SBIG ST-8E or STT-8300, and the telescope was a Takahashi CN-212 or FS-128 or Astrophysics Starfire 160. Each image is labeled with the particulars.