Stayed up late to take a photo of Comet Neowise last night. The image below is a “stacked” photo comprised of 30 images taken sequentially (5 second exposure each taken about 1 second apart). The 30 images are stacked together to help bring out the stars (and comet in this case), and to correct for the earth’s rotation during the time it takes for all the photos. The comet is barely visible to the naked eye (as of last night). The comet will be closest to Earth on July 22… so perhaps it will be brighter then!