Hi All- Spent some time chasing sucker holes around southern Arizona to shoot the comet this morning. There isn't much time to do so as we have weather moving in the next couple days and the moon is moving into the morning sky too in a few days. Finally got some good sky about 35 miles SE of Tucson and shot some digital images with my 11" Newt. BTW, I don't have a website, and if anyone wants to host a picture or two... Anyway, I could see it naked eye this morning! You may remember I couldn't see it saturday morning, but today, perhaps because it was up a little higher, the coma could clearly be seen unaided below Delphinius. You definately need a dark sky for that, however. It got to nearly 15 degrees altitude before twilight started. Anyone else fight the clouds this morning? -Dean -- See message header for info on list archives or unsubscribing, and please send personal replies to the author, not the list.