Hyakutake and Tent
This image shows the long tail of Comet Hyakutake as it sprawled overhead in March 1996. The image is a nice blend of the comet, startrails, my beloved yellow tent and trees silhouetted against light pollution from Flagstaff. The star Polaris can be seen through the top of the tree at the center of the image.
|Astronomer:||Dr. Travis Rector|
|Date of Observation:||03-26-1996|
|Location of Image:||Mormon Lake, Arizona|
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