Comet ISON
Taken by Mike Broussard on October 7, 2013 @ Maurice, Louisiana, USA
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Here is my first image ever of Comet ISON. I’ve been wanting to shoot some images of it and I finally got a chance. The weather was perfect. The only thing was I had to cut down a small tree in my yard the afternoon before shooting it to get a clear spot.

This was taken with an 85mm, F/5.6 Televue TV-85 APO refractor and a modified Canon T3 DSLR. Tracking was on the stars. Star-freeze processing and a composite image was constructed to eliminate the stars looking like lines when stacking on the comet.
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