C2014 Q2 Lovejoy - 2015.01.06. UT 20:30 - Bognár Tamás - Zákány
C2014 Q2 Lovejoy – 2015.01.06. UT 20:30 – Bognár Tamás – Zákány
C2014 Q2 Lovejoy - 2015.01.06. UT 20:30 - Bognár Tamás - Zákány
C2014 Q2 Lovejoy – 2015.01.06. UT 20:30 – Bognár Tamás – Zákány
C2014 Q2 Lovejoy - digital sketch - 2015.01.06. UT 20:30 - Bognár Tamás - Zákány
C2014 Q2 Lovejoy – digital sketch – 2015.01.06. UT 20:30 – Bognár Tamás – Zákány

 

C2014 Q2 Lovejoy - digital sketch - 2015.01.06. UT 20:30 - Bognár Tamás - Zákány
C2014 Q2 Lovejoy – digital sketch – 2015.01.06. UT 20:30 – Bognár Tamás – Zákány

Also known as: C2014 Q2 Lovejoy
Date/time: 2015.01.06 . UT 20:30
Equipment: 10×50 Bresser binoculars
Seeing: 8/10
Transparency: 2-4/5
Temperature: -2°C
Humidity: –
Wind: –
Location: Zákány, Hungary N46°14′ 59,2” E16°57′ 15,3”
Observer: Bognár Tamás

Media : white paper, HB graphite pencill +blending stump,
Digital media : GIMP + Wacom Bamboo Fun

Number 6 of Journal for visual astronomy, Comet Lovejoy, July to December 2013 - Dr. Johannes Schiling
Number 6 of Journal for visual astronomy, Comet Lovejoy, July to December 2013 – Dr. Johannes Schiling

Heft/ Number 6 “Komet Lovejoy” with many descriptions and 54 drawings on a total of 31 pages. 8 sketches are dedicated to comet Lovejoy and two to comet Ison. There are also sketches of Sun, Moon, Neptun, Mars, Venus and of many objects in deep sky, e. g. Messier 8, Messier 34, Messier 42, NGC 281, NGC 6751, NGC 7293  and Milky Way in Sagittarius. The contributions were made by several authors from Germany, Hungary, Italy and France.
Drawings and text are printed on sturdy paper, the cover is equipped with a protective transparent film.
Number 6 can be ordered from the Editorial Office (10 E + Porto, 1.45 E for Germany). Learn more and order at:
johannesschilling@rocketmail.com

Comet Lovejoy C/2013 R1 in binoculars - Dr. Johannes Schilling, Lonsee
Comet Lovejoy C/2013 R1 in binoculars – Dr. Johannes Schilling, Lonsee

Comet Lovejoy C/2013 R1 in Bootes

Observed and sketched with 25X100 binoculars

The contrasts ars slightly exaggerated!

December 4th, 2013, 5.45-6.15h, very cold and moist air

Observer: Dr. Johannes Schilling, Lonsee, Swabian Mountains, Germany