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Pan Starrs

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My first comet, taken with Canon EOS 450D and Sky Watcher 200P, a series of 8 second exposures stacked in DSS, the widefield shot was taken with the Canon and a 50mm lens.


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Daz Type-R

Nicely done, were they taken recently, I thought Panstarrs was well past it's best for us?


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Ibbo

Lovely image are you planing to follow it as far as you can?


 


 


past its best but still at a respectable 8th mag (for a comet) if the mag estimates are good


 


 


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Brantuk

Amazing how wide those comet tails are - nicely demonstrated in that shot :)


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Guest Mr T

Thanks for comments, the sea images were taken at the beginning of April, I do have a look for the comet every now and then, to see how faint it's getting and to track the motion across the sky.

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