Comet ISON, Mars, Regulus
Taken by Martin Gembec on October 14, 2013 @ near Jablonec n. N., Czech Republic
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Today we have clear morning sky and three comets on the sky. I tried to catch comet ISON with Mars and Regulus in one filed of my ED 80 f 400 mm refractor. It is interesting, that comet and Mars are about 100 milion km away, but Regulus is 77 light years and for surprise, there is also dwarf galaxy Leo I about 800 thousand light years away.
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Beautiful picture! Lets just hope that comet ISON will be somewhat more spectacular as it approaches the sun!
Posted by nordanstig 2013-10-16 02:20:42
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