Comet 64p
Taken by Jan Curtis on November 15, 2018 @ Cheyenne, Wyoming
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Since this was an easy target despite 10th magnitude, the comet was competing with an ever increase moon. Taken overhead at 9PM, little change from yesterday as it moves past 2nd mag Mirach in Andromeda. This was a 16x45s, iso 2200, f/2.8, using Nikon d7100, Nikkor 180mm ED f/2.8 on an Orion Sirius EQ mount.

Temperature was 29F, RH 54%, calm winds, 8 day moon, clear skies.
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