Astroimager Ignacio Diaz Bobillo captured Comet PANSTARRS through a 5.2-inch refractor by using a DSLR set at ISO 1000. He took a total of eight 2-minute exposures. To show the background stars, he used three of the exposures. For the comet, however, he stacked all eight images and used software to remove the stars, which changed their positions because of Earth’s rotation. He took the photos at daybreak February 16, 2013, from Observatorio Las Lechuzas, Mercedes, Buenos Aires, Argentina.