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Just Sharing More Neowise Comet

herne

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I wasn't really aware of this comet - I'd heard about it on the news, but nothing about it's visibility.

Anyway, I was out last night for the first time experimenting with some basic astrophotography (the Milky Way is particularly visible at present with moonless nights) when I took the following of the Big Dipper. When reviewing I noticed the streak towards the bottom just above the tree. At first I thought it's some dirt or I'd somehow jogged the camera but on further investigation discovered it to be Neowise.

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I also find it amazing just how many more stars there are in the pictures I took than are visible to the naked eye. I'm hooked!

(I also had a little play with an edit, something I've never really done before, which I'm sure is quite amateur!)

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