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A photo ofComet C/2014 Q2 Lovejoy back in January 2015 when it was traveling through the inner solar system. This was my first time ever imaging a comet through a telescope. Besides imaging and observing it with a telescope, I also viewed it with binoculars. I could detect it naked eye as a smudge to the right of the Pleiades. I took this image with a TMB92L refractor telescope, a Hutech-modified Canon T3i DSLR, an Orion SSAG autoguider and 50mm guidescope, riding on a Celestron AVX mount.

More Astrophotography

  • photo of M22
  • photo of the Orion Nebula and the Running Man Nebula
  • photo of the Milky Way from the Paint Mines Open Space in Calhan, Colorado
  • Photo of the crescent day moon
  • photo of the Milky Way from the Paint Mines Open Space
  • photo of a conjunction of the moon, Venus, and Jupiter
  • photo of the Andromeda Galaxy
  • photo of star trails over Colorado Springs
  • photo of Mars on April 5, 2014
  • photo of the total lunar eclipse
  • photo of the total lunar eclipse
  • photo of the total lunar eclipse
  • photo of the Milky Way and the Paint Mines
  • photo of M8, the Lagoon Nebula, and NGC 6544
  • photo of a Orionid meteor and the winter Milky Way
  • photo of the one day old moon
  • photo of the Triangulum Galaxy
  • photo of star trails over the Paint Mines
  • photo of me and the Milky Way
  • photo of Saturn and four of its moons
  • photo of the four day old moon
  • photo of the Double Cluster in the constellation Perseus
  • photo of Comet C/2014 Q2 Lovejoy
  • photo of Mercury transiting the sun
  • photo of the winter Milky Way
  • photo of the lunar crater Copernicus
  • photo of star trails and a tree
  • photo of the full moon
  • photo of the Dumbbell Nebula
  • photo of the Milky Way and a windmill
  • photo of the Pleiades
  • photo of Jupiter
  • photo of star trails from the Paint Mines
  • photo of the moon during the day
  • photo of the Milky Way from the Paint Mines