COMET ISON
Taken by ALBERTO QUIJANO VODNIZA on November 6, 2013 @ Pasto, Narino. COLOMBIA
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Pictures:30X50seconds, luminance filter. Interval of time: 27 minutes +9 seconds. Image scale =2.75 arcsec/pixel.Note: We can look one satellite in the animation!
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Great shot congrats on making it to the Spaceweather front page for 7 Nov!
Posted by HP1954 2013-11-06 21:52:11
wowww impresionante!
Posted by naranjo1 2013-11-07 23:36:30
Looks like a couple of satellites. Can anyone explain the slow downward drifting object right center?
Posted by Frealdo 2013-11-08 23:17:06
Dear FREALDO: It is digital noise.
Posted by aquijanov 2013-11-09 05:37:46
The slow drift out of the stars light isnt consistent with the other static.
Posted by Frealdo 2013-11-09 09:48:02
That thing sure is moving!
Posted by Drewster 2013-11-09 13:30:33
Excelente imagen. Simplemente excelente. Felicitaciones. Excellent picture. Just plainly magnificent. Congratulations.
Posted by Mavila 2013-11-09 13:45:27
336 thumbs up
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