Comet 46p/Wirtanen passing between HR 1419 and HR 1390.
This was a difficult one for me, both to capture and process. It was my second attempt due to inclement weather. Seeing still wasn't great with there being a thin scattering of high clouds and an incredibly bright moon, but I am really happy I had another chance at capturing this object.
For this image, I ended up using only 42 of 150 subs due to quality. Color was also incredibly difficult to work with due to the amount of sky glow in the images, but I think I managed to balance it out, and stay true to the natural color of the comet.
At least I hope so.
Location: San Luis Obispo, CA, USA
Telescope: Celestron AstroMaster 130
Mount: Celestron Advanced VX
Camera: Fujifilm X-T100
Software: DeepSkyStacker, Photoshop
Frames: 42 x 30" @ ISO 3200
See AstroBin for more details.