I was experimenting with UV/IR cut filters on the ZWO ASI071MC last night, and took a bunch of test subs without guiding--all 30 second exposures. This is 97 sub-exposures of M13 (NGC 6205) in the constellation Hercules. Messier 13, like most (all?) globular clusters orbit in the halo of the Milky Way galaxy, a good distance away from the core, both above and below the galactic plane.
And more stars (IC 4756 star cluster). More testing with the IR/UV cut filter and the ZWO ASI071MC camera.