Comet NEOWISE was a fairly bright comet mostly in July of 2020. It was easily seen if one got out from under any city lights. There's a little model airplane airport north of Cody, Wyoming with an unobstructed view of Heart Mountain. I spent several evenings and nights in the area, taking time exposures of NEOWISE with Heart Mountain in the frame. I was also fortunate enough to see the International Space Station (ISS) orbit overhead just about every night, but not always in a position to be photographed with the comet. This one was the second time the night of July 18-19, 2020, that the ISS flew overhead, in the upper left corner of the frame. The exposure was 10 seconds at f/1.4 and ISO 3200 with a 50mm lens on a Canon 90D. Later, as the Earth turned on its axis, NEOWISE drifted right behind the "nose" of the mountain, and I got lots of shots of that, too.
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