As you already know, this is one of my favorite pictures of Lulin. Have you selected yours? go ahead and check this photo gallery.
click on the image for a larger view
Jack Newton kindly approved the idea of making a wallpaper from his photograph for your computer screens, and I have prepared it for the following resolutions:
Feel free to share them and to get other people involved with the comet-Lulin-mania!
More information can be found at:
The next finder charts allowed you to track the comet in the sky with
your telescope or binoculars. They reported the position of the comet in the sky relative to the constellations at 00:00 UT (as seen from Earth! :-) and its expected visual magnitude. The real brightness of the comet depended on its composition and its development of the coma and tails (read here). The charts were made in black and white so that
you printed them conveniently.
Click on the finder chart
For further convenience I prepared the following PDF files with the finder charts, so that it was even easier for you to print a full letter-size page with them:
To learn more about comets in general please visit the introduction to comets page.