West Seattle skygazing scenes: Comet PanSTARRS seen again

(Photos by Nick Adams for WSB)
Another beautiful night for comet-watching at Lincoln Park. This time, WSB contributing photojournalist Nick Adams was watching the comet-watchers – like Donovan Huhner, above. He and others came to south Lincoln Park in hopes of spotting Comet PanSTARRS:

The park’s south beach is where Alice Enevoldsen of Alice’s Astro Info and WSB’s monthly Skies Over West Seattle has been holding court on clear(-ish) nights, along with her husband Jason Gift Enevoldsen:

If you can’t make it to Lincoln Park, Alice has an online guide for where/how to look for Comet PanSTARRS, which she calls a “cute little comet.” As she wrote on WSB earlier this month, this is considered to be the “Year of the Comet,” so there’s a lot more viewing to come.

Keep an eye on Alice’s Twitter feed (and ours) for updates on viewing opportunities while PanSTARRS is still in sight. (Here’s how it looked last weekend.)

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3 Replies to "West Seattle skygazing scenes: Comet PanSTARRS seen again"

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    Biankat March 23, 2013 (9:17 am)

    Really lovely photos.

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    LolaGirl March 23, 2013 (9:22 am)

    Lovely images! The photo with binoculars was especially moody–tranquil but with a little intrigue.

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    raincity March 23, 2013 (10:28 am)

    What time of night are people at lincoln park? great photos!

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