Comet C/2020 F3 Neowise 
Photos taken by member Keith Baker on 11th & 12th July 2020

this  page is under development (page last updated: 16/09/2020 17:58  ). These photographs of Comet Neowise were taken by Keith Baker  using a Canon EOS 60D SLR Camera, on two successive nights (11th & 12th July 2020); each at about at about 03:05 hrs BST. The comet was easily visible to the naked eye in the NNE. (1st Night coordinates Az/Alt = 27°/10°)

In a line diagonally right upwards from the comet two bright stars can be seen: Menkalinan, and then at roughly equal interval , brighter still, Capella.

Night 1 - 11 July 2020 03:05hrs BST (according to photo file properties)

Full frame photograph Comet photo 11 Jul 2020
The comet can be faintly seen near the right most apex of the beautiful bright white Noctilucent clouds crowning the central roof tops.
A zoomed in clipping from the above photozoom in on comet and sky
At this magnification, the comet and tail can be more clearly seen; and in a line, rising diagonally up to the right, can be seen the bright stars: Menkalinan, and Capella. 
Computer generated simulation of that region of the sky at that time.Corresponding Stelarium image
Image, of the same portion of sky, generated by the app Stellarium after adding the Comets Database plugin.

Night 2 - 12 July 2020 03:04hrs BST (according to photo file properties)


Clipping of the same region of sky, on the following night. Comet photo 11 Jul 2020
Here the comet can be seen more clearly than before. The clip was taken from the following photograph:-
Full frame photograph Comet photo 11 Jul 2020
Here the comet is distinctly visible, and would have been just as clear to the naked eye.

An even closer zoom-in than before Comet photo 11 Jul 2020
It is difficult to know whether the speckled background is due to cloud or dust haze; or graininess due to reaching the limits of resolution. The former is thought to be the case (this is a digital photo and graininess would be expected to manifest as pixelation. Note how the speckling appears to be back-lit by the comet's tail.