Comet Garradd, which has been up in the sky for quite some time now, just made a close pass by the M92 globular cluster in Hercules two nights ago. Fortunately, for once, the sky over my backyard was clear! Below is a quick hack edit of a single frame, ISO 800 for 30 seconds on my Nikon D700. In addition to this, I shot about 60 others, which means that, after a trip through Deep Sky Stacker, things ought to be looking a lot better!
Oh, yes, if you're not familiar with the night sky and want to find the comet, the above picture should be of some assistance.
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