Here is a quickie of 62P/Tsuchinshan. Only 8 sub-images, but it went deep enough to pick up a few faint fuzzies. The comet was predicted to be dim, so I was not expecting much from it. My main target this night was another comet just a few degrees away, which is why I did not spend much time on this guy. But, it looks promising and I might try for it again soon.
There is something weird about this stack, though. Some sort of artifact, maybe? It looks like two tails, but I can’t be sure. Its more apparent in a negative view of the star-streaks image:
I also have a full-field, star-freeze view at 100% resolution. It is more “pristine” than the other images with only minimal processing :