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Victor Boesen

My first observing session in the new year: including comet wirtanen

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Excellent report Victor. Your view of the comet matches mine earlier this month in that there was no dense core to be seen. It was just one fuzzy patch.

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Just now, David Levi said:

Excellent report Victor. Your view of the comet matches mine earlier this month in that there was no dense core to be seen. It was just one fuzzy patch.

Thank you very much! The fact that I know it was a comet is what makes my happy:-)

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Great report Victor, must be nice those lowpower views with the filters.

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7 hours ago, Eastman said:

Great report Victor, must be nice those lowpower views with the filters.

It was indeed! The Helios Apollo 15X70 is really a keeper

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