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Comet Lemmon/SMC/Tuc47 fly-by

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Just a quick grab of 13x3min subs with a canon 60D and an 80mm Mamiya f2.8 lens at f4 on a celestron cge mount. I wasn't going to let this one get away and lucky as i was clouded out in the end.

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Comet Lemmon/SMC/Tuc47 fly-by by meg rac, on Flickr

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Yes, very nicely done. Beautiful capture of the tail, especially.

James

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I agree that is a fantastic image, the composition is really first class.

You have some lovely stuff down there :) All we seem to have is cloud :(

Cheers

Ant

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All we seem to have is cloud :(

It's really not fair. Even their clouds are Magellanic.

James

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Shame I couldn't type the name right the first time though :)

James

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Thanks everyone. If it wasn't cloudy tonight i would be out there doing another one.

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