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A knotty tail | Astronomy Magazine




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A knotty tail | Astronomy Magazine
Chris Schur of Payson, Arizona Comet 13P/Olbers reached perihelion (its closest approach to the Sun) on June 30, displaying a faint but intricate ion tail that appears to be shedding from the nucleus. This image was taken with 30 minutes of data on the 8-inch f/2 RASA telescope.
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Chris Schur from Payson, Arizona

Comet 13P/Olbers reached perihelion (its closest approach to the Sun) on June 30, displaying a faint but intricate ion tail that appears to be spiraling off the nucleus. This image was taken with 30 minutes of data on an 8-inch f/2 RASA telescope.


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