continues to be an excellent target amonst the Taurus Milky Way
fields rich in stars. Tonight, we only had an hour to shoot the
comet after the end of twilight because the comet moved into
the nearby trees. The brightest star here is 7th magnitude and
faintest galaxies are 19th. Ive marked one asteroid in the labeled
shot below too.
The tail continues
to be a nice blue coloration, and is currently a short fan with
some extensions on the sides. On the right side of the field
especially, you can see a large arc of reflection nebulosity
that surrounds the area near the Pleiades star cluster.