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Uranium235

Neowise 19/07/20 Canon 50mm

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Well, searching for a place to do this has uncovered some smashing imaging spots just over the border in Shropshire - just 15min drive from my house.

The 130pds would have been completely unsuitable for this so I opted for the little 50mm Canon. But, being as the image run started before midnight, the Sun still had quite an influence on the images (baaad gradient), so I cropped that bit out and did my best to eliminate what was left. Seem to have gotten both tails now :)

I did set up the guider, but didnt actually use it - I found it easier just for locating the comet (using the guide cam).

 

40x30s Canon 1000d / Canon 50mm @f3.2

 

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Nicely caught Rob, I still haven't managed to catch the ion tail from LP home, hoping to go somewhere darker this evening before it disappears off into space.

Dave

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