Comet 46P / Virtanen and the Pleiades Star Cluster were noted along with a group of meteors in the composite photo of Miguel Klaro
Meteors, a star cluster, and a comet lit up the sky over Portugal in a full-scale image (in fisheye mode), taken in 2018 during the Geminida meteor shower.
The image shows the radiant of the meteor shower — the point from which they seem to come, namely, the Gemini constellation, near the bright star Castor. A star in a survey without a telescope seems to be single, but in reality this is a cluster of 6 stars. Comet 46P / Virtanen is seen as a greenish-blue highlight in the constellation Taurus. It could be observed with the naked eye during a historic rapprochement with the Earth in December. Even here, her bright coma is clearly visible. Not far from the comet is a bluish cluster of hot young stars - the Pleiades. The picture shows the headquarters of the Dark Sky Reserve in Portugal.