Comet ISON

The Real Comet ISON

Astrophotography, lightning and meteor photography are a favorite past time for me. I captured this photo of Comet ISON on November 21st at 6:30 am before it disappeared in the light of the sun. The exposure was set for 2 seconds, ISO 100 as it was getting so light, and an F stop of 8. The comet was just too close to sunrise at this point to do anything longer on exposure without blowing out the picture. Let's hope it makes it around the sun so we can all have a great show and capture more images in December and maybe January.

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