C/2001 Q4  NEAT
The actual field of view is 1.3 degrees. Three tails were observed. The longest tail (directed eastward) was more than five degrees in length and is an ion tail. In the middle of this tail there is a streak that is a bit brighter than the other part this tail. The middle tail (southeastward) was rather faint and I did not notice it at first glance. This also seems to be an ion tail. The shortest one (southward) is a dust tail.

The nucleus was stellar and very bright that spouted out two jets. The coma was wonderful emerald green while I could not recognize color of the nucleus and the tails.

I tried to draw stars to finish, however, I was clouded out and no stars were drawn.
18" 68x, 2004 May 14.65 UT

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