Note on Filters:
NGC 4214 is a star forming irregular galaxy with a pronounced underlying old population as well. This observation was for 531 seconds through A1 and 1063 seconds through B1.
A western field in M31 was observed for 1052 seconds through the B5 filter.
UGC 5675 is another Low Surface Brightness galaxy which is the center of the fourth deep A1 field. This exposure was for 1641 seconds through the A1 filter in orbital darkness.
M32 a very high surface brightness dwarf elliptical companion was observed for 1561 seconds through the B5 filter. This exposure is sufficiently deep that any hot stars associated with a recent star formation event should be visible. It is unknown, at present, if such a star formation event has occurred.
The Hercules Cluster was exposed again for 1310 seconds through the A1 filter.
NGC 6752 a galactic globular cluster was imaged for 781 seconds through the B5 filter.