A composite of multiple shots stacked to reduce noise. A moonlit view from the island of Tenerife in the Canary Islands archipelago, in the evening, a few hours before sunset. The light of the almost full Moon reduced the visibility of the comet Leonard, but pleasantly illuminated the neighboring island of La Gomera and the famous Canarian pines in the foreground. Being located under Venus and with the proximity of h1 Sgr and h2 Sgr stars, the 4.5 magnitude comet was easily observable with a pair of binoculars. Move the slider on the image for labels.

Technical info: Sony a7s3 modified Astrodon – Nikkor 105mm/1.4 – 1s – 400 ISO – f/2 – 20 pictures stacked with Starry Landscape Stacker – crop Nikon D810A – Nikkor 200mm/2 – 1s – 800 ISO – f/2 – 30 pictures stacked with SLS



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