Comet And Nebula
Taken by Noel Keating on November 7, 2018 @ Ballintra, Co Donegal , Ireland
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  Camera Used: NIKON CORPORATION NIKON D5600
Exposure Time: 60/1
Aperture: f/1.0
ISO: 1250
Date Taken: 2018:11:07 13:22:17
 
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Keeping a close watch on Comets I have read that Comet 38P is reasonably bright now and seeing the sky had cleared to almost perfect conditions I decided I would give it another go.. During the first few snaps while I was framing the shot I noticed one of the stars had a blueish halo around it, I checked all stars around comet itself and they were ok, so I started the imaging session. While taking a break I received an email from David Moore from Astronomy Ireland, notifying me that 39P was approaching The Eskimo Nebula, it was then I realized that thats what the star like object with a blue halo was, none other than NGC2392, the Eskimo Nebula.. thanks to David for the heads up and he is right the Comet 38P will be very close especially tonight..
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Please, what scope?
Posted by fragis 2018-11-08 01:06:30
15 thumbs up
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