Comet ISON
Taken by Brian D. Ottum, Ph.D. on October 8, 2013 @ Saline, Michigan, USA
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Date Taken: 2013:10:08 08:57:14
 
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ISON is picking up speed and brightening slightly.
Details: Canon 5D MarkIII (mod)
10 f/5 Newt, Para MX
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Nice shot. Its going to be great to watch this comet brighten over the next eight weeks.
Posted by cometeer 2013-10-08 09:08:00
These are images that speak of reality and truth, not those (pretty pictures) where you can see both the pinpoint stars that the comet fixed in the sky! These last images are a fake, rebuilt processed on the computer, an image overlay and especially without relevance to space and time in a scientific sense. I wonder why we continue to prefer these falsehoods to scientific astronomical reality!? You want to leave alone astrophotography ... even if scholars-scientists prefer the models to beautiful women! Brian you are a real, free astro, which does not chase fads, and false! Great work! - Dr Paolo Candy -
Posted by astromazzo 2013-10-10 00:57:30
9 thumbs up
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