Comet 41P/Tuttle-Giacobini-Kresak
Taken by José J. Chambó on May 2, 2017 @ Valencia, Spain
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Comet 41P imaged on Mat 2nd 2017 three weeks after its perihelion, begun loss brightness, although in this image still shone around magnitude 7.5 showing a fuzzy coma with a diameter as 15 arcminutes wide around a sharp central condensation; also is visible a small tail as 8 arcminutes long toward southwest (to bottom right).

GSO 8 f/3.7 & Atik 383L+ (L:2×120s Bin1 + RGB:1x60s Bin2) from Vallés, Valencia (Spain)
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