The images, taken on Great Yarmouth seafront, were captured on Monday at around 10pm.
Lukasz Sledzinski, 42, has been learning about and enjoying astronomy for the last 30 years, picking up astrophotography in the last two.
He enjoys the hobby with his 10-year-old son Pascal, although last night’s viewing was too late.
Mr Sledzinski had set out in the hope to see the green comet, but the moon was too bright. He joked “I will have to wait a bit longer – what, 50,000 years from now?”.
Fog came in around midnight, which prevented Mr Sledzinski from capturing Jupiter and Mars.
The images are composite photos, taken using a Skywatcher 150p telescope and Nikon 3100.
A photograph of the sky is combined with a photograph of the moon, meaning both are correctly exposed.
He said: “It amazes me – it has since my first experience of seeing the night sky. 200,000 stars is just breathtaking.
“Our origin is from there so it is amazing to see.”