April 6th, 2017, 10:30 p.m. local time
My telescope session tonight was a bit impromptu all around. After a week of rain and more rain, a partly cloudy sky offered a great chance to get one of my telescopes out. As the big 10″ Dobsonian had been idle for too many weeks, I lugged it outside, first to look at the Moon and then to see Jupiter.
I also have a new DSLR camera that I wanted to try. I am still learning how to operate it, but I felt this was as good a time as any to try out prime focus astrophotography.
So I connect my newly-acquired T-ring to my new Canon EOS, then attached the T-ring to another adapter and then that to my Barlow. After post-processing about a half dozen images, the above is my best result.
I know I can do better, but I am glad I made this first attempt. Once I learn how to use the camera for real, I am sure the results will improve.