K. Horn reported:
The picture from Febr. 20 is my best one. There you can see a very faint tail (approx. mag 15) with a length from 16 arcmin. Position angle is 56 degree. This picture is shown as a relief, to see the tail a little bit better. I think this is the best I can get from this instrumentation and our sky!This is a composite of 8 x 120 sec. exposures made with a 500mm/f=1:5 Genesis Refractor + Starlight SX CCD-Camera. The telescope was guided with a Radial Guider from Celestron, in which a moveable center mirror is built in, to find and focus objects on the CCD-chip.