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In the absence of any imaging opportunities (permanent cloud cover) since December 12th, I reworked a set of 60 second exposures that were guided on the comet nucleus.  I previously posted an effort from this data in the "wide field" imaging section but this (I think) is a better version, showing a hint of a tail and a trace of other core activity, with a less blown-out coma...

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I don't think I'm going to get a chance to have another go at this one given the weather forecasts....

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Nice clear comet on this process, but I think I prefer the star field from the other process, sorry.

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14 hours ago, happy-kat said:

Nice clear comet on this process, but I think I prefer the star field from the other process, sorry.

Don't apologise.  You have helped me decide on a New Year's resolution...

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This is no help I know but I can’t make up my mind. I like the other image because it is unique with the extended green background light from the comet, which also helps to hide the faint star trails. However the comet does look better to me in this one being more natural looking. :) 

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