Yesterday I worked UN9LCW (Kazakhstan) on 20 m with JT9. But at night I was curious to watch the comet Catalina. You can find Catalina in the Big Dipper (northern sky). I made 2 photo's: yesterday and today. I must take a good look to see the difference. Click to enlarge the picture. You can see a spot that moves up. That's comet Catalina.
COMET CATALINA CLOSEST APPROACH TO EARTH: Discovered in 2013 by the Catalina Sky Survey, Comet Catalina (C/2013 US10) is making a one-time trip through the inner solar system. It swung around the sun last November and is now making its closest approach to Earth: 67 million miles away on Jan. 17-18. [Source: Spaceweather.com]
I used my FZ1000 camera with 2 seconds exposure and ISO 3200. You can't see the tail because my camera is not sensitive enough and too much disturbing city lights. I also made a photo of the Orion Nebula.