Located in the Large Magellanic Cloud, I had a window last night for a couple of hours where I could see it between two large trees behind our house.

Roughly 70 minutes of 4 second exposures
Gain: 200 for lights and flats, 1 for biases
30 Biases (.001 seconds)
40 Flats (automated in N.I.N.A.)
1060 Lights (4 seconds)
Binning set to 2x2
Flats taken using a white T-Shirt stretched over the front of the telescope and exposed to the light from my storage shed.
Moon: 7.3 days old, Bortle 5 skies.

Tarantula Nebula

The Tarantula Nebula was observed by Nicolas-Louis de Lacaille during an expedition to the Cape of Good Hope between 1751 and 1753. Considering its distance of 160,000 light-years, this is an extremely luminous non-stellar object. Its luminosity is so great that if it were as close to Earth as the Orion Nebula, the Tarantula Nebula would cast visible shadows. It is the most active starburst region known in the Local Group of galaxies.

The name Tarantula Nebula arose in the mid 20th century from its appearance in deep photographic exposures.

(Adapted from https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tarantula_Nebula)