Lodriguss Images of Comet Hale-Bopp
Observer: Jerry Lodriguss
Location: Botsto, New Jersey
Date: March 7, 1997 9:24-9:49 UT
First image: Composite of two 5 minute exposures on unhypered Fujicolor Super G 800 Plus
through a Nikon 400 mm f/2.8 lens from a dark sky site in Batsto, NJ. The
original images were scanned and digitized and combined in Photoshop.
Second image: Comet Hale-Bopp, showing approximately 11 degrees of ion tail, cruises past
the North American and Pelican nebulae.
Composite of two 5 minute exposures taken at 09:24 and 09:31 UT on 7 March
1997 on unhypered Kodak Pro 400 PPF through a Nikon 105 mm f/1.8 lens
working at f/2.8 from a dark sky site in Batsto, NJ. The original images
were scanned and digitized and combined in Photoshop.
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