Dr Alan Potts
Location of Photo:
Newport, South Wales, UK
Date/Time of photo:
14th May 2020 / 22h 55m to 23h 23m UTC
130PDS Sky-Watcher Newtonian, D3200 Nikon DSLR
The image represents a 16m 35s stack of 5s subframes at 3200 ISO (in DSS). There is an antitail which points approximately 10 degrees clockwise relative to the solar direction. Presumably this is dust left behind by the comet, each particle undergoing its own orbit. The tail points, as luck would have it, toward the interesting barred spiral galaxy NGC 2633.