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Comet Lemmon-C/2012 F6 Follows PanSTARRS - C/2011 L4, image !

 
Rain-Man
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Comet Lemmon-C/2012 F6 Follows PanSTARRS - C/2011 L4, image !
Two impressive comets will both reach their peak brightness during the next two weeks, also very nice image catch ..

[link to apod.nasa.gov]

[link to asterisk.apod.com]
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Re: Comet Lemmon-C/2012 F6 Follows PanSTARRS - C/2011 L4, image !
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Re: Comet Lemmon-C/2012 F6 Follows PanSTARRS - C/2011 L4, image !
Comet C/2012 F6 Lemmon And C/2011 L4 PANSTARRS
Taken by Michael Mattiazzo on January 5, 2013 @ Swan Hill, Victoria ..

[link to spaceweather.com]
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VERY disappointing!
I live in the Northern hemisphere. Nothing seen here of either.
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VERY disappointing!
I live in the Northern hemisphere. Nothing seen here of either.
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Comet C/2011 L4 (Pan-STARRS) has been visible for a few weeks from the southern hemisphere using small telescopes or binoculars. It is now moving into northern skies and will be seen there just after sunset starting on 7 March ..

The comet makes its closest approach to the sun on March 10, 2013 ..

No telescopes needed. A comet making a close pass by Earth this week should be visible to the naked eye. When it fades from view in April, we won't see it again ..
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Re: Comet Lemmon-C/2012 F6 Follows PanSTARRS - C/2011 L4, image !
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Tourist flight to give 'close-up' view of comets

Eclipse Travel is selling tickets for the two-hour flight for between 359 euros ($A456) and 509 euros, according to its website.

Eclipse Travel, based in Bonn, has joined charter agency Air Partner and airline Air Berlin to organise flight AB1000 on March 16 as comet Pan-STARRS passes through the solar system, 100 million miles from Earth.

The last comet to dazzle Earth's night-time skies was Comet Hale-Bopp, which visited in 1997. Comet 17P/Holmes made a brief appearance in 2007.

The Boeing 737-700 flight will zig-zag at 11,000 metres altitude for the viewing with an AirBerlin spokesman saying only 88 of 144 seats on board filled to ensure all travellers are close to a window.
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"If the weather is very good and the air is clear you can certainly see the comet from Earth," Air Berlin's Karsten von dem Hagen, Teamleader Sales Ad Hoc Flights, said in an e-mail to Reuters on Tuesday.

"But at an altitude of 11,000 metres you are most likely above the clouds. The air there is thinner, clearer and cleaner, which enables better observation of the comet."

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