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Caught this last night, here's my first go at a comet - C/2014 Q2 Lovejoy. Ironically, my 8" astrograph has been giving me all kinds of problems, swapped all the imaging gear to my trusty AWB OneSky which gave far better results

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thanks! yeah it's a bit of tail, I took some longer exposures that show it better, but the exposure time made the nucleus look like a catapillar, so I ditched them

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Had another go at Lovejoy, this time on my 8" Astrograph

I've been having a lot of star distortion problems with the astrograph, was spending the night trying to work through them... took a few 2 minute unguided subs before I packed all the gear. High ISO noise is a bit more than I'm used to, I forgot to change it back to my normal settings. Processing isn't the prettiest either, still trying to figure out how to bring the details out in comets! Thanks for looking!

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