Date Taken: 5/2013
Equipment: 12.5" PlaneWave Telescope with SBIG 10XME camera;
Exposures: RGBs at 30 seconds each. Lum at 1min. total. Processing: MaximDL and Photoshop
This comet, named after the Observatory in Hawaii that discovered it, was low in the sky in early May, just after sunset, making it a more difficult target. Its movement relative to the stars in the background required very short exposures for stacking.