I shot this at the start of the session, before the comet and the moon sank too deep into the murk. This is a one second exposure at ISO 200, Canon 200mm lens at F/2.8. Lots of twilight still, but dark enough to show a good portion of the comet’s tail.
This is a composite of 3 moon images into one to show the progression of the Moon’s waxing phase. All images were taken with an 8″ F/4 GSO Newtonian telescope.
Single image snapshot of the Moon taken with a 6″ F/5 Schmidt-Newtonian telescope.