Hi All, Thought I’d share a few discovery details on C/2015 C2 (SWAN). I first spotted the comet in SWAN imagery on Sunday, Feb. 22nd, when composite imagesrdotdaneelolivaw
Yes, that's the joy of comet observing Denis! The point I was trying to make is that while comets like C/2010 X1 and C/2015 D1 have disintegrated and have (orkaufman_rob
Hi Rob, Perhaps the difference in the dissipation of material in the comet remnant is due to the original size of the comet, and then after disruption, thedennis555002
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