Comet C/2006 P1 (McNaught)
by John Kirchhoff
Here is an image of Comet McNaught taken at 6:02pm January 10th, 2007. We were fighting clouds the entire evening and were just about ready to call it quits when the comet appeared below the cloud deck at the top of the photo. It was very bright and easily visible to the naked eye.
Clear skies, John.
(See also, “C/2006 P1 McNaught—A Simple Story about a Comet” by Mark S Deprest, February, 2007).
Canon 10D William Optics Zenith Star 66SD with .8 field flattener 1 second exposure at f/5 ISO 400.
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