Thursday, April 16, 2020

NH2 Timascus Update: No. 13

Hyakutake ("The Great Comet") was discovered on 31st January 1996 and its passage near the Earth was one of the closest cometary approaches of the previous 200 years. Hyakutake appeared very bright in the night sky and was widely seen around the world.

This one is 'The Naked Timascus'. Before the timascus pops its colours, this is what it looks like- grey. We were always intrigued as to how the grey movement would look... should we leave this timascus movement raw, as it is? It kind of reminds me of a meteorite. Last night, we assembled the NH2... and Hyakutake is such a cool nickname.

Watch the video here:

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