|Help and Advice|
|Transit of Mercury 2016|
|Giving long exposures on a digital camera|
|Photographing star trails|
|Predicting the ISS and other satellites|
|Using a mirror to view a partial eclipse|
|Simple Guide to Viewing the Space Station|
|Choosing a Telescope|
|Tips when projecting the Sun|
|Starting to Use Your Telescope|
|Imaging with a DSLR through the telescope|
|Buying a telescope for a child|
|Photographing a partial eclipse|
Although this miserable weather means I still haven't caught my first glimpse of Comet CATALINA US10, others elsewhere are seeing it, and long exposure photos show it has a beautifully-structured, forked blue-white ion tail and a curved, golden dust tail.
Over the next week or so Comet CATALINA will climb higher into a darker sky, and brighten too, at the same time as a shrinking and fading Moon hopscotches its way down the line of planets currently on display in the eastern pre-dawn sky. Here's where to look for it - I hope your weather is better than mine!
Added by: Stuart Atkinson