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, 8-position SBIG filter wheel, and Astrodon LRGB, Ha, OIII, and SII filters. We generally collect fifteen 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.