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C/2014 Q1 in bright morning sky

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Hello Alan: 17 degrees elongation angle ! Excellent, Alan ! That is observing to the limit ! Ignacio oooooooooooooooooooooooo
Ignacio Ferrin
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Jun 28

C/2014 Q2 sudden fading?

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Hello Thomas and all, ... thanks for the quick answer. I love this list. ;) Maik -- If they give you ruled paper, write the other way. * Juan Ramon Jimenez
Maik Meyer
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Jun 25

Philae comet lander wakes up

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Hi Darren, it was in sunlight even when it landed, but only for a 1.5 hour from a comet day. 7 months ago it was not sufficient to recharge Philae enough, but
Jakub Cerny
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Jun 15

51P/Harrington fragment D

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Thanks for the Heads up Alan Nick Evetts On 05/06/2015, Alan Hale ahale@earthriseinstitute.org [comets-ml] ... -- Nick de 2E0LUN/KC2VWR "Comets are like cats;
Nick Evetts
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Jun 5

Last call - European comet conference - Ondřejov 2015

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Hi Jakub, I've been tryint to find the second person interested the Conference in order to go toogether to Prague. Will see today :) Wysłane z iPada ... Hi
TUR
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May 31

C/2013V5

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Hi David, the comet apparently survived, but it seems to be fainter than before perihelion. Latest observation on COBS is at end of March as 17 mag object
Jakub Černý
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May 31

Comet 218P/Linear seems brighter

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Hi Jean-Francios Soulier, Thanks for the image, I had a few images around May 14.8, but the comet was involved with a very bright star. I will try to get some
Paul Camilleri
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May 15

C/2015 F3 SWAN: Fading away?

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Dear Thomas, Well: Pixel Size: 1.24" x 1.24", Field of View: 45.0' x 30.3' ... Best Regards, Mr. Pieter-Jan Dekelver Maasmechelen, Belgium
Pieter-Jan Dekelver
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May 13

outburst of comet 29P

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Dear Alan, I observed (6144) Kondojiro (1994 EQ3 at that time) on Apr. 13 and May 6 of 1994 using a 60-cm refl. + CCD. Unfortunately, no cometary activity was
Akimasa Nakamura
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May 11

29P/SW in outburst

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Thanks David for reminding us about the Winter 08/09 history of 29P. As Jakub has already remarked that activity was due to the superposition of several very
Richard Miles
10
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May 8

Re: C2013US10 candidate to disintegration

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Dear Jakub: You may be right. In that case there may be dust but the size of the dust is less than the wavelength of light, thus less than 5000 A. This small
Ignacio Ferrin
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May 7
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