Comet 21P
Taken by David McCashion on September 10, 2018 @ Little Lepreau, NB, Canada
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Comet was too faint to see in my 20x80 binoculars or in my Canadian Telescopes 80 ED/APO with 32mm eyepiece, next to the bright open cluster M37. In fact, I mistook the Messier object for the comet at the time. Didnt realize until reviewing images, that the comet was, indeed, next to M37.

Two images are with camera attached at prime focus and the other zoomed out imgage is with a 75-300mm lens set at 75mm to show location in sky. Zoomed in images are single shot, 90 sec and 46 sec. Processed on photobucket.com

My report for this is located here https://observingreports123429.blogspot.com/2018/09/comet-21p-giacobini-zinner.html
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