Tagged: Lovejoy

Comet C/2017 E4 Lovejoy: 17 Apr. 2017

Comet C/2017 E4 Lovejoy: an image (17 Apr. 2017)

Comet C/2017 E4 Lovejoy is now clearly fading and we continue imaging it while it travel to its perihelion. The image above comes from the sigma clipping combination of twelve, 60-seconds exposures, unfiltered, remotely taken with...

Comet C/2017 E4 Lovejoy, a close-up: 16 Apr. 2017

Comet C/2017 E4 Lovejoy: an image (16 Apr. 2017)

On 16 Apr. 2017, we collected new images of comet C/2017 E4 Lovejoy, while it still looked significantly fainter than a few days earlier. The image above comes from the sigma clipping combination of five, 60-seconds exposures,...

Comet C/2017 E4 Lovejoy, a close-up: 14 Apr. 2017

Comet C/2017 E4 Lovejoy: an image (14 Apr. 2017)

While the Moon is now heavily affecting its observation, comet C/2017 E4 Lovejoy is still imaged on daily basis, while it approaches its perihelion (24 Apr. 2017). The image above comes from the sigma clipping combination...

Comet C/2017 E4 Lovejoy: 09 Apr. 2017

Comet C/2017 E4 Lovejoy: an image (09 Apr. 2017)

With the full Moon making observations quite critical, we continue to follow up comet C/2017 E4 Lovejoy and its tail evolution. The image above comes from the sigma clipping combination of ten, 60-seconds exposures, unfiltered, remotely taken with...

Comet C/2017 E4 Lovejoy: 07 Apr. 2017

Comet C/2017 E4 Lovejoy: an image (07 Apr. 2017)

After one cloudy morning, today we were back to C/2017 E4 Lovejoy, to capture it again. Some clouds were still there, but The image above comes from the sigma clipping combination of eleven, 60-seconds exposures, unfiltered,...

Comet C/2017 E4 Lovejoy: 05 Apr. 2017

Comet C/2017 E4 Lovejoy: an image (05 Apr. 2017)

We continue our coverage of comet C/2017 E4 Lovejoy, blessed with a great weather in southern Arizona, enjoying its amazing beauty while it flies to its perihelion. And we are never disappointed. The image...

Comet C/2017 E4 Lovejoy: 30 Mar. 2017

Comet C/2017 E4 Lovejoy: an image (30 Mar. 2017)

We observed comet C/2017 E4 Lovejoy again, after we observed it developed a nice ion tail, which is still a prominent feature, despite the comet’s low solar elongation. The image above comes from the median combination...

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