In the night sky, I still couldn’t aim the lens properly at the Ciffreo 108P area. Two nights and hundreds of pictures. I had no idea I still had her in the picture. Even with comet C / 2019 L3 ATLAS. But that Comet Ciffreo is really tiny. I took pictures for two nights and sat on the maps for two days. But they are both in one picture. Yupeeee
Unless something extraordinary happens tonight, the starry sky will be clear after more than two months. I have an equally clear plan. My object of interest will be two comets (comet 108P Ciffreo and comet C / 2019 L3 ATLAS) in the area of the constellation Gemini and a nebula in the constellation Auriga. I can’t wait. With my equipment, the result will probably be two blurred points. But I don’t care. The most important thing is to point the lens in the right direction and have enough batteries for the camera.