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7 minutes ago, bob-c said:

Nice one Pete, have still yet to see it.

Bob.

The forecast looks a bit mixed for the next few days. Lovely and clear at the moment, but cloud and rain due overnight. Hopefully it stays around for a while yet.

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Lovely photo! What focal length is it shot at? I am debating whether my 50mm prime lens is enough with my crop sensor DSLR or if I should use my Evostar 72 instead? I really hope it clears up here in Denmark soon.

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Wowzers! I have yet to see it too! I actually have never seen a comet in real life, only in pictures. And i do not want to miss this great opportunity. Does anyone know  the best time to observe the comet and when is it visible in the Southern hemisphere? (namely, in Tasmania!), according to Stellarium, the comet will only be visible only after sunset and wont be visible in the mornings ( i might be wrong tho😆). AWESOME picture btw, good on you!

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