Comet ISON above Serra Grossa

Posted by Pepe Chambo
on Tuesday, January 21, 2014

Comet ISON on November 22, 2013 one of the last images before desintegrate 6 days after during perihelion. Its brightness was at magnitude 4, although the light from dawn fill the sky already, can be perceived a tail of 2º long in shape of a narrow "V". The most brilliant object at left of image is the planet Mercury.

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