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Observation by Andrew Paterson: Comet Neowise and the ISS

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Andrew Paterson

Observer

Andrew Paterson

Observed

2020 Jul 26 - 20:36

Uploaded

2020 Jul 27 - 13:09

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Constellation

Ursa Major

Field centre

RA: 11h13m
Dec: +47°41'
Position angle: +50°25'

Field size

41° × 55°

Equipment
  • Canon G7X
Exposure

15s F1.8 ISO 800

Location

Les Touches-de-PĂ©rigny

Target name

Comet Neowise and the ISS

Title

Comet Neowise and the ISS

About this image

A widefield image of Comet Neowise lying below the Plough asterism in Ursa Major yesterday evening. The brighter streak is the ISS making a pass in the northern sky - it passed just above Polaris from our latitude (45deg 54 min North). The bright light on the horizon is not the setting Sun - it is a tractor hard at work in the fields at this late hour!

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