Vic Winter Images:
ASKC Member Images:
A Real Print of
One of these
Comet Photos? CLICK HERE!
OK, so it's not the comet... but there are other nice things in the sky while waiting for it!
Venus & The Pleiades.
Cloudy Lunar Eclipse.
Thanks to Bryan Busby and KMBC-TV
Channel 9 for their support and link to this information page.
Comet Hyakutake (1996 B2), discovered on January 31, 1996, has far outshined
any expectations... making it
the brightest naked eye comet since Comet West in 1976. Reports of a 72 degree tail,
fragments breaking off the core and other amazing events have made this comet
a huge hit! Not only has it been an easy naked eye object, but a wonderful comet
to photograph as well.
Even Comet Hyakutake has its own Home Page.
A Big Thanks For Some of This Information Goes to David Nash...
Go to Dave's Astronomy Page