Observer: David A. Williams
Location: Moscow, Idaho
Date: March 26, 1996 07:30 UT
Observer: David A. Williams Location: Moscow, Idaho; U.S.A. Time: 12:30 - 1:00 a.m. Date: March 25th & 26th Camera: Minolta SLR, 45mm lens, Tripod mounted, unguided Film: Kodachrome 400 Royal Gold Print Exposures: Image # 1 : 6 minutes @ f / 2.8 Image # 2 : 6 1/2 min. @ f / 2.8
Note: The bright line burning in on the right side of the comet on Image # 4 was a very bright meteor; approx. 6 minutes into the exposure.
Permission is hereby granted for reproduction of these images, provided that my name ( David A. Williams; Moscow, Idaho ) is attatched to the publication. Please E-mail me of intention to publish & nature of publication: David A. Williams E-Mail: ParaRidge@Turbonet.com
The images I have submitted here are from two 24 exposure rolls of Kodachrome 400 Royal Gold Print film; they were shot on the nights of March 25th The four hour shoot yielded 35 images of pretty good quality. Those submitted were scanned to disc from 3 1/2 x 5 mat finnish prints by Cactus Computer @ Turbonet.com; Moscow, Idaho.
David A. Williams, Moscow, Idaho
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