Thursday, November 01, 2007
Comet Holmes Picture
We could easily see comet Holmes the last three nights. Here is a picture that shows a rough outline of the constellation Perseus and where the comet is. It doesn't seem to move much from night to night.
You might be able to see in this picture that the comet is fuzzy looking compared to the stars. You can just barely detect this fuzziness with the naked eye, but it is really obvious in our 10x50 binoculars.
Sky and Telescope has more information and a finder chart that shows where Perseus and the comet are relative to some of the other stars and constellations.
Posted by Brad