68P/Klemola or Klemola's Comet is a periodic comet, which belongs to Jupiters comet family. It was discovered in 1965 by American astronomer Arnold Richard Klemola at the Yale-Columbia Southern Station in Argentina. 68P orbital period is 10.82 years.
68P came to opposition on 14 June 2019 and will come to perihelion on November 9, 2019. In this image the comet is in the center of the image at RA 18:06:32 and DEC -12:59:15 Brightness approx Magnitude 13.8
Exposures: 5 x 5 minutes with each R G B filter , using a FLI Proline 16803 CCD-camera on a Takahashy FSQ 106 with 530 mm focal length on a Paramount ME mount.
All images were exposed remotely at the Siding Spring iTelescop Farm at T08. During on September 23rd 20:17:00 July 2019.
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|Anschrift||2483 EBREICHSDORF, Mitterfeldzeile 68 AUSTRIA|
|Objekt||Komet 68P Klemola|
|Ort||Siding Springs Australia|
|Kamera||FLI Proline 16803|
|Belichtungszeit||15 x 5 minutes total 75 Min|