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Comet Lovejoy passing well in front of spiral galaxy Discovered only three months ago, Comet Lovejoy can be seen near the Big Dipper from dark northerly locations before dawn with the unaided eye.

Lovejoy & Pleiades | by Henry Weiland

Just a quick and dirty shot using a Canon and Horrible sky conditions last night prevented me from getting much worthwhile. It's a shame too because I believe this was the closest approach to Pleiades!

Galaxy I see a cats head and tail in this one!

Really beautiful, I think teens would want this on everything they had even there food, Galaxy print is amazing in general!

Cometa Ison

Falling through planet Earth's predawn skies toward its close encounter with the Sun on November Comet ISON is coming to life

Comet C/2014 Q2 (Lovejoy) + Globular Cluster M79

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Comet Lovejoy approaching the Sun, photographed on December 13th, 2013 by Gerald Rhemann.

infinity-imagined: “ Comet Lovejoy approaching the Sun, photographed on December 2013 by Gerald Rhemann.

Currently, comet PANSTARRS is passing nearly in front of the galaxy Andromeda. Coincidentally, both comet and galaxy appear now to be just about the same angular size. In physical size, even though Comet PANSTARRS is currently the largest object in the Solar System with a tail spanning about 15 times the diameter of the Sun, it is still about 70 billion times smaller than the Andromeda galaxy (M31).

Comet PANSTARRS and the Andromeda Galaxy Image Credit & Copyright: Pavel Smilyk Source: apod.

Comet Lemmon (C/2012 F6a), and Comet PanSTARRS (C/2011 L4) - Sweeping Through Southern Skies

Sweeping Through Southern Skies Image/Video Credit & Copyright: Alex Cherney (Terrastro, TWAN)

Comet Hyakutakewas: Japanese amateur astronomer Yuji Hyakutake’s second comet discovery, and the third comet discovered in 1996.  The comet came within 8 million miles of Earth on March 25. It was very well placed for viewing because it was be near the “North Star” (Polaris). It appeared, to the naked eye, like a fuzzy ball with a trailing edge!

Comet Hyakutakewas Japanese amateur astronomer Yuji Hyakutake’s second comet discovery, and the third comet discovered in The comet came within 8 million miles of Earth on March It was very.

У кометы ИСОН обнаружились два ионных хвоста | Земля - Хроники жизни

Two new tail streamers are visible between Comet ISON's green coma and bright star near center. in this photo taken on Nov.

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