Comet 21P Giacobini-Zinner on
Animation is made from 6x10sec
stacked images at about 12
Image uploaded on: 2018-09-24 09:51:21
NEOCP object N00ddem is clearly
diffuse and cometary in stack of
90x10sec exposures. Located near
the bright Third Quarter Moon
and low in the SE as dawn
approaches.Image by Dr. D. T.
Durig of the Cordell-Lorenz
Observatory (OBSCOD 850) at the
University of the South in
Sewanee, TN, USA.
Image uploaded on: 2018-07-05 05:21:27
15x10 second stacks taken at 4 minute intervals.
Comet Lovejoy C/2017 E4
No coma, no nucleus, all tail.
10.6 arc min long at PA 341
Image by D. T. Durig
Sewanee TN USA
Image uploaded on: 2017-04-20 05:45:39
Comet Lovejoy C/2017 E4.
2017 04 05 ut ~095200.
Stack of 70 x 10 sec.
Short break in the middle from passing clouds.
20x30 arc min frame so tail is longer than 30 arc min and coma is 4.5 arc min wide.
Dr. D. T. Durig
Sewanee TN 37383 USA
Image uploaded on: 2017-04-05 06:35:21
NEOCP/PCCP object gb00099
03/04/17 ~10:45-11:05 UT
15x10 sec stacks at 5 min intervals.
Image by Dr. D. T. Durig
OBS COD 850
Sewanee, TN 37383
Image uploaded on: 2017-03-04 06:05:14
NEOCP/PCCP object gb00099 from 3/3/17 about ~11 UT. Images are 15x10 sec stacks spaced about 5 minutes apart. Images by Dr. D. T. Durig,
OBS COD 850,
Sewanee, TN, USA,
Image uploaded on: 2017-03-03 06:08:53
Animation of 20x2min stacked exposres of LM03wSk from NEOCP/PCCP. Object is diffuse in single 2 min exposres and shows slight assymentry and short hinbt of a tail at PA 270.
Image uploaded on: 2015-12-20 05:58:18
Same image with pixels inverted to show details better.
Image uploaded on: 2015-12-08 02:43:59
Close-up of I049742 from Potential Comet Confirmation Page at MPC showing short tail 17 arc sec long at Position Angle 303. Object has a FWHM of about 1 arc sec greater than stars with a similar magnitude. Information the same as previous image.
Image uploaded on: 2015-12-08 02:36:01
I049742 from Potential Comet Confirmation Page at the Minor Planet Center. Each frame is a stack of 20x2 min images stacked on the motion vector of this new object. In the fifth frame it is clear of background stars and clearly shows a teardrop shaped coma and short tail about 17 arc sec long oriented at about PA 303. Images by D. T. Durig and P. S. Hearn at the Cordell-Lorenz Observatory, The University of the South, Sewanee, Tennessee, USA. OBS CODE 850.
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Image uploaded on: 2015-12-08 02:27:11