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That would be cool! Hopefully not another Kehoutek.

Liz and I and 86Barth will definitely not miss another Dec GTG, we will also be something to see while there! Looking forward to being somewhere sunny for a few days before the holidays. Thumbs Up


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More here.

BTW, most telescopes aren't suitable for the spectacular comets, as their field of view is too narrow to take in both the coma and the tails - decent binoculars are the usual choice.


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