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Readers Images: Comet McNaught


Readers Images Two: Comet McNaught

Mark Earle

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Taken Thursday - from House at Patumahoe Olympus C770

Bruce Kingsbury

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Nice view of the comet last night. 5 and 10-second exposures from Claudlands, Hamilton using a Canon A-75.

The Lee Family


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We took these pictures on a flight between Australia and New Zealand just as the sun was go down for the night.

The second picture shows part of the comet breaking away.


The Lee Family, Albany, Auckland

Brett Walker

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Shepparton Australia, sony cybershot digital camera.

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