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de vico 11
c 2006 4
46p 9
1106 7
96 p 3
tempel 2 1
halleys 10
halleys comet 10
halley s comet 10
73 p 3
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en.wikipedia.org 28,718,623
apod.nasa.gov 46,251
space.com 143,051
solarviews.com 26,494
cfa-www.harvard.edu 16,814
amazon.com 22,358,187
britannica.com 1,754,349
windows.ucar.edu 41,796
science.nasa.gov 44,589
youtube.com 30,834,319
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Organic Listing Variations
Links to currently visible comets, plus has a comet catalog and memorable comets of the past.
C/2007 N3 (Lulin)
At 9:33 UT, Gary W. Kronk (Illinois, USA) obtained a picture of the comet with ... M. A. Brown obtained this image on 2009 February 24, using an 8-cm Meade ...
Links to currently visible comets, plus has a comet catalog and memorable comets of the past.
C&MS: 55P/Tempel-Tuttle
He concluded that the comet of 1366 was most likely Tempel-Tuttle, but the comet of 868 was not related. In 1965 Schubart took the comet's 1866 orbit and ...
C&MS: 61P/Shajn-Schaldach
An independent discovery was made by Robert D. Schaldach (Lowell Observatory, Arizona, USA) on September 20.3, while examining a routine minor planet plate ...
C/1996 Q1
The comet was then described as magnitude 10, with a little-condensed, ... Ultimately, Kenji Muraoka took 170 positions obtained during the period of 1996 ...
C&MS: C/1970 K1 (White-Ortiz-Bolelli)
Graeme L. White (Barrack Point, New South Wales) discovered this comet with 12x50 binoculars on 1970 May 18.32. He said the head was starlike, ...
Hervé Faye (Royal Observatory, Paris) discovered this comet on 1843 November 23.04, near Gamma Orionis. The comet exhibited a distinct nucleus, ...
C&MS: C/2001 A2 (LINEAR)
The image was composed of eleven 60-second exposures obtained with a 500mm f/5.6 telephoto lens and a Pictor 416XTE CCD camera. The full image, in its ...
C&MS: 55P/Tempel-Tuttle
55P/Tempel-Tuttle. Past, Present, and Future Orbits by Kazuo Kinoshita .... Yuichi Chimura image of 55p exposed on 1998 January 25 ...
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