In 2015, I became a member of SSRO The Star Shadows Remote Observatory at PROMPT2 - CTIO near La Serena, Chile. Located high atop the Atacama Desert, the 6-member team (Hanson, Keller, Mazlin, Parker, Proulx, Tse) remotely operates a 16" f/11 RCOS Ritchey-Chrétien owned by the University of North Carolina st Chapel Hill. Tracking on a PlaneWave 200HR equatorial mount, images are acquired with an FLI ProLine 16803 CCD camera and 8-position SBIG filter wheel. We generally collect thirty hours of Luminance, and ten hours of each color channel. Subexposures are 1,800 seconds at 1 x 1 binning. Seeing is often below 0.5 arcseconds.