This is the combination of two nights of observing. I mixed a little H-alpha into the Red channel, and mixed the H-alpha and L equally into an L channel, then did a LRGB combine. Some noise reduction with PixInsight and tweaked in Photoshop.
Update: Jorg Hanisch notified me that there is a nova in this image (he is its discoverer). I've corrected the time of the observation to be as accurate as I could determine. More information is available here and from this bulletin. This link shows the location of the nova in the observation I made.
Date: 08/16/2005 04:30 UTC
Exposure: L:82 min (41x2 min), Ha:55 min(5x5 min and 3x10 min), R:24 min (12x2 min), G:20 min (10x2 min), B:20 min (10x2 min) (L and Ha binned 1x1, color binned 2x2)
Telescope: Celestron C8 @f10