Skip Navigation: Avoid going through Home page links and jump straight to content

Comet Hale-Bopp Images - May 1997

clrbar.gif

teide39_t.gif jpg.gif27K
Observer: Comet Hale-Bopp European Team
Location: Teide Observatory, Canary Islands, Spain
Date: May 9, 1997

CCD image of the nuclear region of Hale-Bopp taken by the Mons telescope (51 cm. f/16). Field size: aprox. 4 arc minutes.


gran1_t.gif jpg.gif27K
Observer: Mark Gransden
Location: Jindera, New South Wales, Australia
Date: May 9, 1997

50mm lens, f1.8, Kodak 400 film and about a 30 second exposure.


lav11_t.gif jpg.gif72K
Observer: Serge Lavoie
Location: St-Louis de France, Quebec, Canada
Date: May 9, 1997

Image taken with a a 135mm lens, f:3.2 with Fuji film 400 ASA.


ampo193_t.gif jpg.gif10K

ampo194_t.gif jpg.gif8K

ampo195_t.gif jpg.gif11K
Observer: Ian Griffin
Location: Astronaut Memorial Planetarium & Observatory, Cocoa, Florida
Date: May 9, 1997 00:42-01:10 UT

1. 25 x 20 second exposures of Hale Bopp, taken through a Lumicon Swann Band filter have been combined and processed to give this image of Hale Bopp. Images taken using an SBIG ST8 CCD camera in medium resolution mode (18 micron pixels). Image taken through a 12 inch f5 Maksutov, field of view approximagely 0.3 degrees x 0.2 degrees.

2. 10 x 5 second exposures of Hale Bopp, taken through a Lumicon Swann Band filter have been combined and processed to give this image of Hale Bopp. Images taken using an SBIG ST8 CCD camera in medium resolution mode (18 micron pixels).

3. 25 x 20 second exposures of Hale Bopp, taken through a Lumicon Swann Band filter have been processed using a rotational gradient filter, with rotation 10 degrees and amplification 10. Images obtained using 12 inch Maksutov, with SBIG ST8 CCD working in medium resolution mode (18 micron Pixels)


bell18a_t.gif jpg.gif53K

bell18_t.gif jpg.gif8K
Observer: Allen Bell
Location: Wells, Maine
Date: May 9, 1997 01:00 UT

Nikon F3 using a 55mm F 1.4 Nikkor lens on Fujicolor 800 FG Print film from 10 to 20 seconds exposure.


frost9_t.gif jpg.gif71K

frost10_t.gif jpg.gif26K
Observer: B. D. Wehrfritz
Location: Grand Teton National Park, Wyoming
Date: May 9, 1997 02:36, 02:41 UT

1. Nikon 8008s camera, Nikon 80-200 f2.8 lens, Fuji 800 Super G Plus print film, with the lens set at 80mm f2.8 for 2 seconds.

2. Nikon 8008s camera, Nikon 80-200 f2.8 lens, Fuji 800 Super G Plus print film, with the lens set at 200mm f2.8 for 4 seconds.


alonzi19_t.gif jpg.gif18K
Observer: Rett Alonzi
Location: Louisburg, Kansas
Date: May 9, 1997 02:41-02:53 UT

Kodak 400 Gold, 50 mm, f2, 15 to 20 second exposures.


simon9_t.gif jpg.gif31K

simon10_t.gif jpg.gif20K

simon11_t.gif jpg.gif33K
Observer: Geoff Simon
Location: Pierre, South Dakota
Date: May 9, 1997 03:05-03:15 UT

Kodak Royal Gold 400 film, 20 to 30-second exposures at f 1.8.


simon13_t.gif jpg.gif21K
Observer: Geoff Simon
Location: Lake Oahe, South Dakota
Date: May 9, 1997 03:45 UT

Photo taken at f 1.8, using 25 to 35-second exposures on Kodak Royal Gold 1000 film.


van52_t.gif jpg.gif19K

van53_t.gif jpg.gif12K

van54_t.gif jpg.gif19K
Observer: Dewey Vanderhoff
Location: Buffalo Bill Reservoir, Wyoming
Date: May 9, 1997 04:00 UT

1. Nikon F2AS with Micro-Nikkor 55 mm f/2.8 lens, wide open for thirty seconds on Fuji 800.

2. Same exposure data as above.

3. Nikon camera, 35mm f/2.0 lens at f/2.8 for 30-40 seconds; Fuji 800.


sar1_t.gif jpg.gif13K
Observer: A. Saraiva
Location: Cobb, California
Date: May 9, 1997 04:00 UT

50mm shot with the cresent moon. The film used was Kodak PPF 1600 print film.


mar13_t.gif jpg.gif60K

mar14_t.gif jpg.gif61K
Observer: Mike DeMarquett
Location: Lake Nacimiento, Paso Robles, California
Date: May 9, 1997 04:04 UT

Kodak Royal Gold 1000. The exposure was 2min with a Minolta x-700 with 50mm lens @F/2.8.


low2_t.gif jpg.gif18K
Observers: Noeleen Lowndes, Graham Lowndes
Location: Mt. Tamborine, Queensland, Australia
Date: May 9, 1997 06:15 PM AEST

50mm lens, exposure time 30 seconds on Fujicolour HG 1600 film.


horn28_t.gif jpg.gif17K
Observer: Michael Horn
Location: Lake Samsonvale, Brisbane, Australia
Date: May 9, 1997 08:28 UT

Exposure: 30 seconds with 135mm lens, f2.8, Fuji G-800.


coulter1_t.gif jpg.gif106K
Observer: Graeme Coulter
Location: Adelaide, Australia
Date: May 9, 1997 18:30 PM

Pentax camera on tripod unguided through 200mm telephoto lens. 15 second exposure.


kcao19_t.gif jpg.gif35K
Observer: Takashi Nakashima
Location: Kumanmoto Civil Astronomical Observatory, Japan
Date: May 9, 1997 20:09

10 second exposure. Bitrun BT-11C C-8 2000mm.


glea9_t.gif jpg.gif29K

glea10_t.gif jpg.gif26K
Observer: Tom Gleason
Location: Penn Valley, California
Date: May 10, 1997 UT

One minute exposure using Fuji 800 SG; Canon AE-1 w/50mm lens.


alonzi20_t.gif jpg.gif10K
Observer: Rett Alonzi
Location: Lansing, Kansas
Date: May 10, 1997

Kodak 400 Gold film, 300 mm, f5.6, 3 minute exposure guiding on the nucleus.


sar3_t.gif jpg.gif21K
Observer: A. Saraiva
Location: Cobb, California
Date: May 10, 1997

28mm lens at f3.5.


ampo196_t.gif jpg.gif13K

ampo197_t.gif jpg.gif8K
Observer: Ian Griffin
Location: Astronaut Memorial Planetarium & Observatory, Cocoa, Florida
Date: May 10, 1997 01:00-01:30 UT

1. 18 x 20 second exposures of Hale Bopp, taken through a Lumicon Swann Band filter have been combined and processed to give this image of Hale Bopp. Images taken using an SBIG ST8 CCD camera in medium resolution mode (18 micron pixels) Image taken through a 12 inch f5 Maksutov, field of view approximagely 0.3 degrees x 0.2 degrees

2. 18x20 second exposures of Hale Bopp, taken through a Lumicon Swann Band filter have been combined and processed to give this image of Hale Bopp. Images taken using an SBIG ST8 CCD camera in medium resolution mode (18 micron pixels). This is the raw combined image.


renn14_t.gif jpg.gif28K
Observer: David Renneke
Location: Milan, Illinois
Date: May 10, 1997 02:48 UT

20 sec exposure, 85 mm lens, 1.88 x 1.82 deg.


simon14_t.gif jpg.gif28K

simon15_t.gif jpg.gif31K

simon16_t.gif jpg.gif47K
Observer: Geoff Simon
Location: Lake Oahe, South Dakota
Date: May 10, 1997 03:15-03:30 UT

All photos were taken at f 1.8, using 25 to 35-second exposures on Kodak Royal Gold 1000 film.


matt1_t.gif jpg.gif13K
Observer: Michael Mattiazzo
Location: Stockport Observatory, Adelaide, Australia
Date: May 10, 1997 09:07 UT

30 second exposure, Kodak PPF 400 with a 50mm lens at f/2.0.


timm28_t.gif jpg.gif24K
Observer: Rainer Timm
Location: Lochham, Germany
Date: May 10, 1997 19:55 UT

Nikon EM Nikkor 50 mm f 1,8, Kodal Elite II 400 Slide Film.


If you would like to submit a new image to this home page, contact:
Ron Baalke
ron@jpl.nasa.gov

clrbar.gif

jplred.gif