Astronomy, Light Pollution, the Universe and Us.
Saturday, March 16, 2013
Comet PanSTARRS continues its passage through our early evening skies. It remains on the edge of naked-eye visibility, but an easy target even with small binoculars.
Here are two shots from this evening:
Canon T3i, f/5.6, 200mm, 4 seconds
Here is another 4 second exposure, but cropped from the full frame.
As long as the comet remains visible and we have clear skies, I'll post pics.
W. Scott Kardel
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