(IAAC) Your deep sky projects

I am developing a talk for an astronomy meeting on deep sky-related projects 
by amateurs. I am interested in collecting information on what projects YOU 
are doing. It can include:
*Observing projects (telescope aperture info needed)
*Imaging projects ( "       "       ")
*"Mining" resources on the web

The more unusual, the better! You can respond to me directly or to the group, 
since I am sure others would be interested. 

For example, I used to be active in using a darkroom to correct the 
inclination of spiral galaxies to make them look face-on. This project was 
done in the early 1980's but I have not tried to do it with computers - the 
way to go today. I have an album with over a dozen "corrected" galaxies (the 
record being NGC7640 inclined 89 degrees, but as an open-arm barred spiral it 
is possible).

Thanks in advance for your input!
Alan Goldstein
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