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Comet C/2013 US 10 (Catalina)

Discovered by R.A. Kowalski and the Catalina Sky Survey in October 2013 C/2013 US10 is now at magnitude 7.5 and brightening. It is only observable in the southern hemisphere at the moment, but should be visible in the north from November. This photo shows the bright nucleus, the ion tail to the left and the finer dust tail rising vertically in the photo.

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Image taken 2.26am 10/8/15 using remote iTelescope T12 (Tak FSQ ED 106, Camera: SBIG STL-11000M) Siding Spring Observatory, Australia. 2 x 300 Luminance. Stacked and registered in DeepSkyStacker 3, Processed in Maxim DL 5 and Photoshop CS2.

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  1. December 18, 2015 at 5:57 pm

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