Picture of Comet V/2012 V2 (LINEAR) on Nov 23 2013

The comet appears as a faint nebulosity in the rich star field of the Crux constellation. This image has been taken using the 510mm f4.4 telescope of the iTelescope Australian observatory in Siding Spring. Exposure time: 300 seconds, luminance filter. Additional information about about C/2012 V2 LINEAR: Live position Ephemerides and sky charts

Comet ISON (C/2012 S1) on Sunday November 3 2013 at 05:00 UTC

Right Ascension: 11h 24m 05s Declination: +04° 49’ 58” (J2000). Distance from the Sun: 141.02 million kms. Distance from Earth: 174.96 million kms. Magnitude: 8.13. Constellation: Leo. Stack of 5 different 90 seconds luminance exposures taken with the 430mm f/6.8 astrograph of the iTelescope facility in Nerpio, Spain. Comet ISON Tracker: http://theskylive.com/ison-tracker

Oct 20th, 2013 11350 UTC – Comet C/2012 ISON

Oct 20th, 2013 11350 UTC – Comet C/2012 ISON – 5 minutes exposure taken using the 0.51m f/4.5 reflector at iTelescope.net (Nerpio, ES). Comet observation conditions were non ideal because of bright Moon. Distance from Sun: 188.39 Million Km; Distance from Earth: 234.38 Million Km; Magnitude: 9.68; Constellation: Leo (ephemerides and data: theskylive.com).