Since this is my first result acquired via remote observation, I thought I'll share it here. Two days ago departing comet C/2022 E3 (ZTF) was visible less than half degree from NGC 1637 which is an isolated spiral galaxy cca. 32 million light-years away from us. I grabbed the opportunity and set up a session using the iDK 20" in Hakos to capture the close encounter. 12 sub-exposures were taken (120 sec. each) with LRGB filters, then calibrated and processed in Siril, stars removed with Starnet for the comet-only version and finally combined in GIMP. I am very pleased with the result (although combining the comet-only and background images was a bit hard, but this is just the usual business 😃), I like the details captured in the galaxy even with a relatively short total exposure. Thanks to Lukas Demetz for the opportunity, I'm looking forward to using this service in the future!