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Comet Hale-Bopp Images - May 1997

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Observer: Paulo Raymundo
Location: Salvador, Bahia, Brazil
Date: May 29, 1997 21:02 UT

Venus is setting at the left of the TV tower. 50mm lens and Konica SR-G 3200.


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Observer: Paulo Raymundo
Location: Salvador, Bahia, Brazil
Date: May 29, 1997 21:07-21:36 UT

First image: Comet Hale-Bopp with coconut palm leaves in the foreground. Image acquired using 205mm lenses and Konica SR-G 3200.

Second image: Comet Hale-Bopp over Ondina district, with coconut palms in the foreground. 50mm lenses and Konica SR-G 3200.

Third image: Same location as above, Comet Hale-Bopp being observed by Cristiane W. Cardoso with 11x80 binoculars. 50mm lenses and Konica SR-G 3200.

Fouth image: Comet Hale-Bopp sets over one of the many hotels at center right. In the far left one can see Santo Antonio da Barra fort and lighthouse 4 miles away. 205mm lenses and Konica SR-G 3200.


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Observer: Michael Horn
Location: Lake Samsonvale, Brisbane, Australia
Date: May 31, 1997 08:06 UT

Exposure: 2 minutes with 135mm lens, f2.8, Fuji G-800 on a hand Guided Tracking Platform.


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Observer: Mark Gransden
Location: Jindera, New South Wales, Australia
Date: May 31, 1997 18:30, 18:25 AEST

1. 50mm lens, f1.8, Kodak 400 film and a 25 second exposure.

2. 135mm lens, f2.8, Kodak 400 film and a 20 second exposure.


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Ron Baalke
ron@jpl.nasa.gov

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