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I would like to keep this thread through the year 2014. It would be nice if we can collect all the comets and comets yet to be discovered here. If anybody would like to contribute finds I would appreciate it very much hf I will try to update new discoveries regular, as they come in.

Last year I didn't had much look in spotting a comet, Ison was quiet a disappointment :(

But new year, new comets :) Here what can be expected this year:
[link to www.fallofathousandsuns.com]

Comet Holmes (17P/Holmes) - Perihelion Mar 27, 2014, Comet 17P/Holmes shocked astronomers on Oct. 24, 2007, with a spectacular eruption. In less than 24 hours, the 17th magnitude comet brightened by a factor of nearly a million, becoming a naked-eye object in the evening sky
[link to www.csc.eps.harvard.edu]


Comet LINEAR (209P / LINEAR) - May 6, 2014, Astronomers confirm that debris from Comet 209P/LINEAR should create a sky show on May 24, 2014
[link to www.skyandtelescope.com]


Comet Faye (4P/Faye) - May 29, 2014, will reach perihelion a couple days after Comet Holmes in 2014


Comet Siding Spring (C/2013 A1) - Oct 25, 2014, There is currently a 1 and 120,000 chance that Comet Siding Spring (C/2013 A1) will hit Mars on October 19, 2014
New Comet's Potential Mars Collision in 2014 Explained
[link to www.space.com]
Update: As it looks, the comet will dodge around mars


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Current visible comets: (only a few, see link for all)
[link to www.aerith.net]

C/2013 R1 ( Lovejoy )
Now it is 6.5 mag (Jan. 12, Marek Biely). In the Northern Hemisphere, it keeps observable in excellent condition for a long time until 2014 autumn when the comet will fade out. In the Southern Hemisphere, it is not be observable from mid November to early February.

C/2013 V3 ( Nevski )
It brightened very rapidly in mid November, from 15 mag to 9 mag only within a week. Now it is bright as 10.7 mag but diffuse (Jan. 4, Carlos Labordena). It seems to keep 10-11 mag for a while after this. It is observable in excellent condition in the Northern Hemisphere. It locates extremely low in the Southern Hemisphere.

C/2012 K1 ( PanSTARRS )
Now it is bright as 12.8 mag (Jan. 7, Taras Prystavski). It is expected to brighten up to 5-6 mag in 2014 autumn. In the Northern Hemisphere, it will be getting higher gradually after this, and it keeps observable in good condition for a long time. It keeps locating low in the Southern Hemisphere.

154P/Brewington
It brightened very rapidly, and brightened up to 10.5 mag from autumn to winter. It is bright as 11.8 mag still now (Dec. 29, J. P. Navarro Pina). It will be fading after this. In the Northern Hemisphere, it keeps observable in excellent condition until May when it becomes fainter than 18 mag. It will not be observable after this in the Southern Hemisphere.


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Newly discovered Comets

Comet Sonear (C/2014 A4) - added Jan.19th, discovered Jan.12th 2014 posted by Zapata

P/2014 A2 (Hill) - added Jan.20th, discovered Jan.09th 2014 posted by Zapata

P/2014 A3 (PanSTARRS) - added Jan.20th, discovered Jan.09th 2014 posted by Zapata

C/2014 B1 ( Schwartz ) - added Feb. 2nd, discovered January 28, 2014

C/2014 A5 ( PanSTARRS ) - added Feb. 2nd, discovered January 4, 2014

2014 AA52 - added Feb. 2nd, discovered January 11, 2014

C/2014 C2 ( STEREO ) - added Feb 9th, discovered Feb.01st, 2014

P/2014 C1 ( TOTAS ) - added feb 9th, discovered February 1, 2014

2014 BF63 - added feb 9th, discovered January 29, 2014

C/2014 H1 ( Christensen ) - added may 22nd, discovered April 24, 2014 posted by Zapata

C/2014 J1 ( Catalina ) - added may 22nd, discovered May 9, 2014

C/2014 G3 ( PanSTARRS ) - added may 22nd, discovered April 10, 2014

C/2014 F2 ( Tenagra ) - added may 22nd, March 31, 2014

C/2014 G1 ( PanSTARRS ) - added may 22nd, discovered April 5, 2014

C/2014 F1 ( Hill ) - added may 22nd, discovered March 29, 2014

C/2014 E2 ( Jacques ) - added may 22nd, discovered March 13, 2014

P/2014 E1 ( Larson ) - added may 22nd, discovered March 10, 2014

C/2014 C3 ( NEOWISE ) - added may 22nd, February 14, 2014

C/2014 C2 ( STEREO ) - added may 22nd, discovered February 1, 2014

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Comet Siding Spring (C/2013 A1)

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If the comet does hit Mars, the effect on our neighboring planet will be monumental and it would mark the second time in recorded history that a comet has been observed hitting a planet. The first, and only known observation, was the impact of Comet Shoemaker-Levy 9 on Jupiter in 1994.

The comet's nucleus is estimated to be between 9 and 31 miles (15 to 50 km) wide. The explosion would release billions of megatons of energy. For reference, the atomic bomb dropped on Nagasaki, Japan at the end of World War II was 0.023 megatons and the 1908 airburst over the Tunguska River in Siberia was 4.0 megatons.

If the comet does miss Mars, Comet Siding Spring will be visible with small telescopes, and even binoculars, in the Southern Hemisphere beginning in the middle of September in 2014.

Update: As it looks, the comet will dodge around mars

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Comet 209P / LINEAR

Russian astronomer, Mikhail Maslov, believes Earth will pass through the tail of Comet 209P / LINEAR between 7:00 and 8:00 UT on May 24, 2014. It could result in a meteor storm producing between 100 and 400 meteors an hour. Viewing conditions will be particular good in Canada and the United States.

Astronomers confirm that debris from Comet 209P/LINEAR should create a sky show on May 24, 2014.
[link to www.skyandtelescope.com]

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They are waking the Rosetta craft tomorrow to attempt a landing on a comet. Not doom but still interesting.

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They are waking the Rosetta craft tomorrow to attempt a landing on a comet. Not doom but still interesting.

[link to news.sky.com]
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Very interesting! Thanks for posting this hf
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thanks for the info. Sure has been an increase in comets. Lookin pretty doomy if you ask me.
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thanks for the info. Sure has been an increase in comets. Lookin pretty doomy if you ask me.
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Comet Siding Springs is one to watch out for. If it does crash into mars, it would only be the second time something like this is being observed. So nobody is to sure what effects it would have at earth.

Linear should bring a good meteor show, but not sure if it would be viewable in europe
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NEW comet SONEAR

Cbet nr. 3783, issued on 2014, January 16, announces the discovery of an apparently asteroidal object (discovery magnitude ~18.1) by Cristovao Jacques, Eduardo Pimentel, and Joao Ribeiro de Barros on CCD images obtained on Jan. 12.0 UT with a 0.45-m f/2.9 reflector of the Southern Observatory for Near Earth Research (SONEAR) at Oliveira, Brazil. The object has been found to show cometary appearance by CCD astrometrists elsewhere and then also by Jacques et al. The new comet has been designated C/2014 A4 (SONEAR).


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NEW comet SONEAR

Cbet nr. 3783, issued on 2014, January 16, announces the discovery of an apparently asteroidal object (discovery magnitude ~18.1) by Cristovao Jacques, Eduardo Pimentel, and Joao Ribeiro de Barros on CCD images obtained on Jan. 12.0 UT with a 0.45-m f/2.9 reflector of the Southern Observatory for Near Earth Research (SONEAR) at Oliveira, Brazil. The object has been found to show cometary appearance by CCD astrometrists elsewhere and then also by Jacques et al. The new comet has been designated C/2014 A4 (SONEAR).


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Thank you hf I will add new comets to the top post
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A few news and information updated on the first post
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Comet Prospects for 2014

At present 2014 does not offer much for the visual observer in the way of returning periodic comets, with the most interesting one being 209P/LINEAR, which could reach 11th magnitude when it passes 0.06 AU from the earth in May. Two comets at perihelion in 2013 may still be naked eye objects at the beginning of 2014. 2012 K1 (PanSTARRS) may reach 6th magnitude after its August perihelion, but is unfortunately a morning object. Martians will have the spectacle of a Great Comet in October.


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Top 5 Sky Events of 2014
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Quadrantids open new meteor season for 2014
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Comet Holmes is back? I remember watching it in 2007 and was amazed that it received so little media attention when all you had to do was look up at night and could see how huge it was. Freaked me out blink
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Comet Holmes is back? I remember watching it in 2007 and was amazed that it received so little media attention when all you had to do was look up at night and could see how huge it was. Freaked me out blink
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Yes, he will be back this year. Lets see if he performs again :)
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Fireball reports from Belgium and Germany today

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Thread: Breaking-HUGE meteor seen over Belgium skies, hundreds of panicked calls received by police

And russia
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this discussion fits in with this week's event
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But since its not a "doom thread" it seems its not appealing .... most are so caught up by current events, nobody peaked around the corner yet chuckle
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I would like to keep this thread through the year 2014. It would be nice if we can collect all the comets and comets yet to be discovered here. If anybody would like to contribute finds I would appreciate it very much hf I will try to update new discoveries regular, as they come in.

Last year I didn't had much look in spotting a comet, Ison was quiet a disappointment :(

But new year, new comets :) Here what can be expected this year:

 Quoting: °Lucy°


Hello Lucy, sorry you missed the comets last year. PANSTARRS (C/2011 L4) was a good one, if your skies were clear enough. Lovejoy (C/2013 R1) is still visible but fading in the morning skies this month. I never bothered trying for ISON as it was never going to be an easy spot for me. This is what I found last year.

Thread: 2013 The the year of the Comet. The ISON number that no one is talking about. Focus on Lovejoy!

Here is the website you need for amateur equipment comet spotting.

[link to cometchasing.skyhound.com]


Comet Siding Spring (C/2013 A1) - Oct 25, 2014, There is currently a 1 and 120,000 chance that Comet Siding Spring (C/2013 A1) will hit Mars on October 19, 2014
New Comet's Potential Mars Collision in 2014 Explained
[link to www.space.com]

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That's actually old information, many more observations have been made since then. JPL current rate the probability as outside of 67 sigma, that's a very small number. 6 sigma is less than one in a billion, seven sigma is less than one in 300 billion chance.

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Hello Lucy, sorry you missed the comets last year. PANSTARRS (C/2011 L4) was a good one, if your skies were clear enough. Lovejoy (C/2013 R1) is still visible but fading in the morning skies this month. I never bothered trying for ISON as it was never going to be an easy spot for me. This is what I found last year.

Thread: 2013 The the year of the Comet. The ISON number that no one is talking about. Focus on Lovejoy!

Here is the website you need for amateur equipment comet spotting.

[link to cometchasing.skyhound.com]


Comet Siding Spring (C/2013 A1) - Oct 25, 2014, There is currently a 1 and 120,000 chance that Comet Siding Spring (C/2013 A1) will hit Mars on October 19, 2014
New Comet's Potential Mars Collision in 2014 Explained
[link to www.space.com]

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That's actually old information, many more observations have been made since then. JPL current rate the probability as outside of 67 sigma, that's a very small number. 6 sigma is less than one in a billion, seven sigma is less than one in 300 billion chance.

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Thank you for posting hf I didn't add Lovejoy or Panstarrs because they where around last year and not coming back this year.

If you have a link for the newest information on Siding Springs please post it and I will update the information on the top post :)
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Any of them coming somewhere near us?
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Any of them coming somewhere near us?
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Hi there, nice you visited hf

They won't be really near, but might put on a show :)

"The tables below list known comets that will reach perihelion in 2014. The top table includes a list of comets, which have the best chance of reaching naked-eye visibility in 2014 or are otherwise unusual. The bottom table includes a list of all comets to reach perihelion in 2014. The table is sortable by formal name (designation), informal name, discovery, next perihelion, orbit (in years), and diameter."
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Thanks Lucy
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thanks for the info. Sure has been an increase in comets. Lookin pretty doomy if you ask me.
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Wrong. Quite the opposite is true, in fact.
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For the OP, Lovejoy might have been found last year but it's still out there and in fact it's one of the best and brightest comets currently visible. It's still "around" so to speak, here's an image of it I shot yesterday morning:
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Thank you Dr, Astro. Very nice picture of Lovejoy! I will add visible comets in the top post.

I found a link with weekly updates on comets:

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New Comet: P/2014 A2 (Hill)

Discoverer: Catalina sky survey


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New Comet: P/2014 A3 (PanSTARRS)

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