Comet 64P
Taken by Jan Curtis on November 14, 2018 @ Cheyenne, Wyoming
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Taken early evening between 6:20PM and 8:05PM using Nikon d7100, Nikkor 180 ED f/2.8 @ f/2.8, 1st image: iso 2200, 31x60s; 2nd image: iso 1600, 13x90s. Winds were ~10 mph, temperature 35F, RH 45%, quarter moon, clear skies.
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Great shot Jan but whats the bright star there that its passing?
Posted by jonnynemo 2018-11-15 03:35:06
i think is MIRACH...beta of ANDROMEDA
Posted by esplaobs 2018-11-15 04:37:40
With that faint galaxy in that position (NGC 404 or Mirachs Ghost) that one is definitely Beta Andromedae.
Posted by Stormchaser 2018-11-15 08:13:41
28 thumbs up
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