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The site contains observations of comets: visual and CCD use. Please make your selection in the

right table. Be patient, but over time the site will continue to grow and grow, just like  the way a

comet does!



   LATEST OBSERVATION: 2012-09-03 & 2012-09-04



-    CK12J010 KC2012 09 03.93871 23 49 55.171+39 48 04.19 14.46N XXX (NET: UCAC-3) FULL

-    CK12J010  C2012 09 04.92318 23 49 42.202+39 46 33.65 14.41N XXX (NET: UCAC-3) FULL

-    PK12N00J KC2012 09 04.89605 18 10 49.256+41 28 38.29 15.50N XXX (NET: UCAC-3) FULL


Time has not lessened the age-old allure of the comets. In some ways their mystery has only deepened with the years. At each return a comet brings with it the questions which were asked when it was here before, and as it rounds the Sun and backs away toward the long, slow night of its aphelion, it leaves behind with us those questions, still unanswered.
To hunt a speck of moving haze may seem a strange pursuit, but even though we fail the search is still rewarding, for in no better way can we come face to face, night after night, with such a wealth of riches as old Croesus never dreamed of.

Leslie C. Peltier, 1965

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