|Looking east with the bright object being Spica|
We were able to locate the comet with binoculars, but did not capture it in the camera. The reason for this is we were a little late in arriving so we got light not only from New Bedford but also from Astronomical and Nautical Dawn. My plan is to follow the weather forecast and on the next clear night arrived the least one to one and a half hours earlier and hopefully capture Comet ISON.
Besides looking for the comet, don't miss what is in the rest of the sky. Looking West, the constellation Orion is shining bright and nearby is Jupiter.
|Looking west O'Brien is on the right and Jupiter is on the left|