Visibility II / V
After weeks of cloudy weather, they promised clear skies, yay! It was, but then a thick fog started to bother me, when there was nothing else I could do. I was a bit surprised myself when I managed to get through it with the second attempt to hit the 200 mm comet. I described the series for stacking, but I can hardly stack them. How nicely that would have really stood out against the black sky. Now I had to stop, when I didn't even want to separate Otavaaka in the sky anymore. In one image, the comet was greeted by a spinning satellite. I'll put it as the main image. As a bonus, a flash picture of the conditions on the ground.
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