This is my first photo created with multiple shots summed with Sequator (sites.google.com/site/sequatorglobal/). I took 8 photos in sequence each with 15 seconds exposure time. I took also 3 photos as dark frames.
This is a photo of the sky region in the zenith point from the countryside near Siena, Italy on 27 July 2020 at 23:00. The zenith is in the center of the photo, the North at the bottom and the South at the top.
The brightest star is Vega, which has magnitude 0; the other stars captured have at most magnitude 8.5. We can see the constellations of Lyra, Cygnus (with a part of the Milky Way), Draco and Hercules.
I'd like to know what is the farthest celestial body captured in this photo...