IC 443 is a large emission nebula (SNR?) in Gemini. I spent the better parts of four nights on this one, the first two were ruined by the moon shining directly into the scope in spite of the dewshield.
Conditions were good
(about mag 4.5 limiting mag) for city standards in the remaining two nights. This is a mosaic of two fields, the northern one got 35x10 minutes, the southern 12x10 minutes exposure time.
Taken from the middle of Berlin
with an 8" LX200 at f/4, MX716 camera, video autoguider and Astronomik UHC filter.