C/2017 T1 Heinze And Its Outer Coma
Taken by michael jäger on December 26, 2017 @ Jauerling Austria
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It is not easy to produce a good LRGB image with so few images. I think this second attempt was better.
The mountain conditions were excellent, no wind, good seeing high transparency.
The result is a coma with more than 10 minutes of arc. That means the comet will appear large but very diffuse in small telescopes in January

Dec 26 ÚT 1.00 L-6x45 sec
RGB 50/50/50sed
10/4 Asi 1600 2x2 unity gain
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