McNaught Comet Downunder!

Submitted by: PeTe=?ISO-8859-1?B?riA=?=En=?ISO-8859-1?B?rg==?=iGhT at Mon Jan 22 23:21:01 2007 UTC

Taken with Nikon D100 on 19/1/07 from Manning Point, northern NSW, Australi a ­ no street lights out here in this sleepy coastal holiday spot so there wa s no light pollution in the night sky. The bright shot is a 23 second time-lapse shot at ISO 1250 with a 70mm lens that clearly shows the cometıs spectacular fan-like dust tail, visible to the naked eye as a faint glow. Cheers! Peter Enright: peter.enright@gmail.com

 

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McNaught Comet Downunder!

Submitted by: PeTe=?ISO-8859-1?B?riA=?=En=?ISO-8859-1?B?rg==?=iGhT at Mon Jan 22 23:39:01 2007 UTC

Taken with Nikon D100 on 19/1/07 from Manning Point, northern NSW, Australi a ­ no street lights out here in this sleepy coastal holiday spot so there wa s no light pollution in the night sky. The bright shot is a 23 second time-lapse shot at ISO 1250 with a 70mm lens that clearly shows the cometıs spectacular fan-like dust tail, visible to the naked eye as a faint glow. Cheers! Peter Enright: peter.enright@gmail.com

McNaught Comet Downunder!

Submitted by: PeTe=?ISO-8859-1?B?riA=?=En=?ISO-8859-1?B?rg==?=iGhT at Mon Jan 22 23:39:01 2007 UTC

Taken with Nikon D100 on 19/1/07 from Manning Point, northern NSW, Australi a ­ no street lights out here in this sleepy coastal holiday spot so there wa s no light pollution in the night sky. The bright shot is a 23 second time-lapse shot at ISO 1250 with a 70mm lens that clearly shows the cometıs spectacular fan-like dust tail, visible to the naked eye as a faint glow. Cheers! Peter Enright: peter.enright@gmail.com

McNaught Comet Downunder!

Submitted by: PeTe=?ISO-8859-1?B?riA=?=En=?ISO-8859-1?B?rg==?=iGhT at Mon Jan 22 22:33:01 2007 UTC

Taken with Nikon D100 on 19/1/07 from Manning Point, northern NSW, Australi a ­ no street lights out here in this sleepy coastal holiday spot so there wa s no light pollution in the night sky. The bright shot is a 23 second time-lapse shot at ISO 1250 with a 70mm lens that clearly shows the cometıs spectacular fan-like dust tail, visible to the naked eye as a faint glow. Cheers! Peter Enright: peter.enright@gmail.com

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