A photo of Comet NEOWISE C/2020 F3 high in the evening sky during July 2020. It’s been 4500 years since Comet NEOWISE C/2020 F3 last passed by the Earth on its travel around the Sun. A lot has changed since it last visited the inner solar system and our pale blue dot. I was able […]
This image was published in Skynew Magazine (Canada), Nov/Dec 2016 issue. A truly once in a lifetime opportunity. I was able to capture this image of Comet C/2013 X1 (PanSTARRS) passing near the Helix Nebula (NGC 7293) on its cosmic journey through space. While the comet appears from our perspective to be passing near the […]
Nothing fancy but this is a Comet #Lovejoy image I took from #Kitchener, Ontario, during the evening of Jan 16th 2015 @ -15C! Cold! 29min total. Light pollution makes capturing the tail hard. The artificial lights wash out the night sky and make capturing faint details difficult. The ion tail is faintly visible though. Was […]
Movement of Comet Jacques. Taken Aug 24th, 2014 when this comet was visible in the Northern Hemisphere. Image acquired from my driveway in Kitchener, Ontario. And this is an image of the comet only I processed the same 40min of data to freeze the position of it.
Comet PanSTARRS over Waterloo Region (Wilmot Township) March 16, 2013 First comet of 2013 visible over Waterloo Region I had started to think this photo opportunity for Comet PanSTARRS wasn’t going to happen. The weather in my neck of the woods was not cooperating at all. The two best dates, March 12 and 13th, were […]
As a teenager my interest in Astronomy grew to new levels. One of the exciting things happening in the night sky at that time was the return of Comet Halley in 1986. I recall my Father and I in the backyard of the family home taking pictures of the Comet Halley using a film SLR […]