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Orion above the luminous fog

Orion above the luminous fog

How To Pick a Lens for Milky Way Photography | Tutorial by Ian Norman

How To Pick a Lens for Milky Way Photography | Tutorial by Ian Norman

Mercury transit by the (f=860mm) telescope.

Mercury transit by the (f=860mm) telescope.

C/2013 US10 Catalina Adriano Valvasori on March 11, 2016 @ Mayhill-New Mexico

C/2013 US10 Catalina Adriano Valvasori on March 11, 2016 @ Mayhill-New Mexico

An inconspicuous comet 4/18/16 Many hoped Comet 252P/LINEAR would become visible to the eye. It has, but only barely. You can see a faint tail for Comet 252P/LINEAR in this photo taken April 3, 2016 by Michael Jaeger

An inconspicuous comet 4/18/16 Many hoped Comet 252P/LINEAR would become visible to the eye. It has, but only barely. You can see a faint tail for Comet 252P/LINEAR in this photo taken April 3, 2016 by Michael Jaeger

Comet 67P/Churyumov-Gerasimenko Michal Kaluzny 4/6/16 Belecin Norway, Poland

Comet 67P/Churyumov-Gerasimenko Michal Kaluzny 4/6/16 Belecin Norway, Poland

PANSTARRS (C/2014 S2) close to M108 galaxy and Owl Nebula. On the 18th April it passes between M108 and the Owl Nebula.

PANSTARRS (C/2014 S2) close to M108 galaxy and Owl Nebula. On the 18th April it passes between M108 and the Owl Nebula.

252P/LINEAR comet in Ophiuchus on 14th April 2016.

252P/LINEAR comet in Ophiuchus on 14th April 2016.

Comet vs. Star Cluster Comet 252P/LINEAR and Star Cluster M14 At a distance of about 30,000 light-years, M14 contains several hundred thousand stars. Comet 252P/LINEAR is a periodic comet and near-Earth object discovered by the LINEAR survey on April 7, 2000. The comet is an Earth-Jupiter family comet, meaning that it passes quite close to both Earth and Jupiter.

Comet vs. Star Cluster Comet 252P/LINEAR and Star Cluster M14 At a distance of about 30,000 light-years, M14 contains several hundred thousand stars. Comet 252P/LINEAR is a periodic comet and near-Earth object discovered by the LINEAR survey on April 7, 2000. The comet is an Earth-Jupiter family comet, meaning that it passes quite close to both Earth and Jupiter.