This was taken through the Austin light dome. The comet was only about 25 degrees above the horizon. Despite this, you can see the brighter nucleus, the coma and a hint of a tail stretching out a short distance to the left in the image.
- Nikon D40
- William Optics 66mm Petzval mounted atop an 8" LX200 with Milburn wedge
- 16 minutes exposure time (16 * 1 minute frames) @ ISO800
- 4 * 1 minute dark frames
- 5 * flat frames
- Stacked in Comet/Star mode in Deep Sky Stacker