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On Mon, 25 Mar 1996 email@example.com wrote:
Well worth the wait! Bright nucleus with sharp, clear jet in 1/2 degree25 degrees!!??
field of view. Tail extending 25+ degrees once eyes were dark-adapted.
Those are really fine dark-adapted eyes!...
or may be the conditions were better than your description
Anyone else agree with this 25deg?
Miguel Angel Santos
Yep. I measured the tail to be about 1 1/4 the length of the
handle of the Big Dipper, which according to my chart gives about a 20
degree length. I saw it last night in Connecticut. I live in a rural
area with fairly dark skies.