|The comet passed perihelion on October 21 and was visible in the pre-dawn
skies all over Japan. In early November it was at its grandest with a 40-degree-long
narrow tail streaming from the first-magnitude core. This photo was taken
by Mr. Mitsuru Ebina as it was seen from the "hot spring" town
of Emukae in Nagasaki Prefecture.
5 am November 5, 1965
50mm lens without tracking
Copyright (C) 2000 Tsutomu Seki.