Comet Lulin Photo Gallery
  Summary:  Following its close encounter with Earth on Feb. 24th, Comet Lulin (C/2007 N3) is moving away and slowly dimming. [full story] [ephemeris] [3D orbit] [finder charts: Jan.11-Feb.20, Feb.20-Mar.21]
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Paolo Candy,
Ci.A.O. Cimini Astronomical Observatory - Soriano - Italy
Jan. 30, 2009
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I saw this comet this morning at 05:00 LT with -4C . Only with a 8x56 binocular was visible as a diffuse green star. In the picture the double tails are visible. Baker-Schmidt Zen 750/250 10" at F/3 + Sbig STL6303E 5 min LRGB of exposure.


Norbert Mrozek,
Hagen Germany public observatory
Jan. 26, 2009
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I photgaphed Comet N3 Lulin with a Canon EOS450D unmodified 10x100s working at 800 ASA Date: 2009 Jan 26 5:19 UT Instrument was 20" f3 Hypergraph In the image you can also see a trail of asteroid Medusa


Alejandro Tombolini,
Trenel, La Pampa, Argentina
Jan. 24, 2009
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Animation of comet Lulin starting at 07:54 UT to 09:06 UT on January 24, 2009. Taken with Canon 350D camera and William Optics 132 FLT telescope. Stars aligned and frame cropped. Acquisition and processing collaboration: Enzo De Bernardini.


Rudi Dobesberger,
Austria
Jan. 26, 2009
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TMB 105/650 Camera: STL 11K LRGB L4x3min RGB each 2min Date: 26.01.2009

more images: from Günther Strauch of Borken, NRW, Germany; from Ron Wayman of Tampa, Florida; from Efrain Morales Rivera of Aguadilla, Puerto Rico;

 
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