March 29

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This picture is the sum of three 120s exposures using a narrow band filter centered at 618 nanometers. It's 10.7×9.6 degrees and it was taken from 21:25 UT.
[gif,50k] This is a detail of the former picture where the ion tail is magnified. Now the field size is 3.11×5.18 degrees. This tail shows now lot of filaments and several observers have reported two naked eye ion tails.

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This picture is the sum of two 1s exposures without filters. The field size is 43×48 arcminutes and it was taken at 21:09 UT. The head of the comet seems to be circular. The object on the top left is a star visible through the tail.

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