This image, created by H. L. Newsom, combines photographs of the Hobby-Eberly Telescope, the Hale-Bopp Comet, and various star clusters. The photograph of the telescope, which is located at the University of Texas McDonald Observatory at Mount Locke, is used courtesy of Thomas A. Sebring, HET Project Manager, McDonald Observatory. The photograph of the Hale-Bopp Comet (Comet 1995-01) is by Ken Matesich, Tucson, Arizona. It was taken on April 9, 1997 at about 9:00 pm MST with a 4-inch Schmidt camera. The focal ratio was f2.64 and the focal length was 270mm, while the field of view was approximately five degrees by eight degrees. The image was guided on a telescope tracking platform for twelve minutes and the exposure was made on an individual frame of 35mm Kodak Gold 400 ISO film. Mr. Matesich is photographer for the Arizona State Museum at The University of Arizona, a freelance photographer, and an amateur astronomer.