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Message Subject Update 04/09 -- Seismic uptick -- New Madrid, MO
Poster Handle Ozark Woman
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Johann Karl Burckhardt computed the first orbit for this comet. Using three positions obtained between March 26 and April 19, he determined a rather uncertain orbit which indicated the comet would pass closest to the sun on 1811 September 22 at a distance of 1.77 AU. Burckhardt computed a new orbit during June. Although still parabolic, it indicated the comet would pass perihelion on September 15 at a distance of 1.13 AU. From this orbit, H. W. M. Olbers (Bremen, Germany) noted the comet would become a very bright object during October 1811.
[link to cometography.com]

ISON
Perihelion 0.01244 AU (q)[2]
[link to en.wikipedia.org (secure)]

I noticed the wiki has changed for ISON.
It now states:
Near perihelion, a generic heliocentric two-body solution to the orbit suggests that the orbital period is around 400,000 years.[12]
 
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