Comet 21P/Giacobini-Zinner: Closest Approach To Earth
Taken by Jan Curtis on September 10, 2018 @ Cheyenne, Wyoming
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Date Taken: 2018:09:10 16:44:27
 
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Taken with Nikon d7100, Nikkor 180mm ED f/2, iso 2200, 20x60s, between 4:44AM and 5:03AM from Cheyenne, Wyoming under clear moonless skies with excellent transparency. Used P:ixInsight and Photoshop Cs 6.0.

The comet was near the star cluster M37.

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Taken with Nikon d7100, Nikkor 180mm ED f/2, iso 2200, 125x60s, between 2:58AM and 5:03AM from Cheyenne, Wyoming under clear moonless skies with excellent transparency.

The comet extended between M37 and M36. ~3 degrees of tail are captured in this image (fixed on comet with stars filtered out).

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