Re: seesat-d Digest V96 #70

Joe A. Dellinger (
Sat, 23 Mar 96 16:12:36 CST

	Hate to post off topic, but...

	If you didn't see at least 10 degrees worth of tail on comet
Hyakutake Thursday night, you weren't getting half the show. Get AWAY FROM
LIGHT POLLUTION to view this one. It makes a BIG BIG BIG difference.
There is a HUGE LONG TAIL on this one now... but faint. Light pollution will
hide it. From a slightly light polluted and less than ideal spot south of
Tulsa Oklahoma people were seeing 10-15 degrees of tail Friday night, no
problem. If all you see is a fuzzy blob, you're being cheated.