Posted By Ron Wodaski
You can see some structure in both galaxies as well as lots of the "tails." There is some visible structure in the tail that extends upward (north), and a hint of what remains of the spiral structure of the lower galaxy. Numerous background galaxies are also visible.
Taken with the Newastro Remote Telescope - a C14 and ST-10XE on a Paramount ME at New Mexico Skies.
The guidescope? A 50mm finder from a C14, with an ST-237 in it. Focal length of the guidescope was a mere 175mm. It's not really quite long enough (several individual images were trailed), but it did surprisingly well. As a guidescope, it's probably fine for scopes up to about 2500mm in focal length with the STV or ST-237. Mike Rice made a custom collar for attaching the camera to the finder. One nice thing about the finder as a guidescope: it focuses by turning the front element in and out, so camera angle is not affected by focusing.