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Forum:Free Space
Topic:Comet Pan-STARRS (C/2011 L4) sightings, photos
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Jurg BolliI saw it tonight under an absolutely clear sky here in NM, beautiful sight!
BlackarrowThe comet was a complete no-show in Kulusuk, Greenland on 16th, 17th, 18th March. Perhaps it was lost in the sunset glow, but I dont care: I had three dark-sky displays of the Northern Lights. Absolutely stunning!
KiteWow Geoffrey, you certainly get around to some unusual places. Must have been great seeing the Aurora Borealis. What next? The Aurora Australis!
BlackarrowI wish I was back in Greenland enjoying the glorious daytime sunshine and the black night skies, instead of a driving blizzard of wet snow that greeted me (and has now completely trapped my car in our driveway)on my return home.

(By the way, easy access from Glasgow or London via Reykjavik, Iceland).

GlintViews from Maryland.

Thursday evening, March 14, 2013

Tuesday evening, March 19, 2013

David BryantMost recent view: Thursday night from east Norfolk:

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