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Comet C/2020 F3 Neowise

 
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Jul 13, 2020 15:28 |  #16

I took this yesterday morning at my observatory north of O'Neill Nebraska - www.hcobs.org (external link) . I used a Canon 5D MKIV at 400 ISO with an EF 70-200mm f2.8L IS V2 lens set at 200mm f2.8 for 60 sec. The camera/lens was mounted an Orion Atlas EQ-G mount with an Astromania 60mm guidescope and Lacerta MGEN3 autoguider.


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Jul 13, 2020 17:00 |  #17

Never tried to stack before and this is ~80 images. I like the color and black sky. It was way to windy to use more than 4 secs. Taken in N. CA.


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Jul 13, 2020 21:22 |  #18

Let me join the thread with one shot of Neowise. Canon 5D MkIII + Sigma 150-600mm S lens at 600mm F6.3 and 3sec exposure. North side of Joshua Tree Park, California. It was so exiting just to look at with naked eye - the comet was visible right over horizon. It has slightly orange color and I think it is because of little dust over the desert.


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Jul 13, 2020 22:52 |  #19

I was up at 4am for sunrise (as shown from my earlier post today) and then made it out to view again but this time it is in the North at 10pm. This is taken from the shores of Lake Michigan in Indiana. Chicago skyline is a bit to the left of comet view. Wish it was over the city!


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Jul 13, 2020 22:54 |  #20

Great shots. It's been cloudy here every morning for what seems like a month now, hopefully I can get a morning in before it disappears.




  
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Jul 14, 2020 05:49 |  #21

Wheatland County, Alberta. Ion tail is faint yet visible. Aurora put on a good show. Foreground lit by oncoming vehicle.

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Jul 14, 2020 07:15 |  #22

aezoss wrote in post #19093058 (external link)
Wheatland County, Alberta. Ion tail is faint yet visible. Aurora put on a good show. Foreground lit by oncoming vehicle.

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Really nice ! That’s great that you got the comet and aurora together !


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Jul 15, 2020 06:45 |  #23

Went looking for a decent landscape to work with the comet in the sky. Conditions weren't perfect with some thin clouds but it worked out OK.
1st picture taken through Canon 28mm f1.8
2nd - Canon 70-200 F4L non IS @70mm


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Jul 15, 2020 13:13 |  #24

Went out last night for my first attempt to shoot a comet.


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Jul 15, 2020 13:35 |  #25

kd_reno wrote in post #19093783 (external link)
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Great job for your first attempt!!!


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Jul 15, 2020 14:44 |  #26

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Great job for your first attempt!!!

Thanks. I'm hoping the viewing gets better over the next few nights. Last night the head was barely above the hills by the time it got dark.


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Jul 15, 2020 20:38 |  #27

i took these last saturday in the early morning...hoping to get out for some evening shots...just trying to figure out where i can use a long lens, and get an object in the foreground as well.

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Jul 16, 2020 07:07 |  #28

Finally had a semi-clear evening. Not much detail or tail this early in the evening but I wasn't able to stay at this location much longer.


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Jul 16, 2020 07:14 |  #29

1Zach1 wrote in post #19094114 (external link)
Finally had a semi-clear evening. Not much detail or tail this early in the evening but I wasn't able to stay at this location much longer.

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Love this one. Interesting foreground.


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Jul 16, 2020 07:23 |  #30

Last night. 071520. Skies have been very murky here in southern Oklahoma. Not good photos, but I feel lucky to even get these. Hopefully we'll get some dry air before the comet is gone.


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