The new detail images of P/2010 H2 (Vales)

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New observing of 29P/Schwassmann-Wachmann

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P/2010 H2 (Vales) – 8 days after outburst

8 days passed from outburst of P/2010 H2 (Vales). This unusual comet was observed on April 23 with the 2.0-m Faulkes Telescope North. At this time, the comet has a very bright slightly elliptical central region some 4″x4″ in size  and the outer coma extends more then 40″x35″. We will continue observe this comet – perhaps newest member of Hylda-family comets. P/2010 (Vales) reaches perihelion around May 21.

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Disappearance of fragment “b” of C/2007 Q3 comet

On images of C/2007 Q3 (Siding spring) comet, which taken on April 21 and 22 by FTN (Faulkes Telescope North) fragment b is not visible. Deconvolution of stacked 1 minute exposures not bring any results. Fragment b is disappeared…

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Observation of P/2004 A1 (LONEOS) comet

The new attempt of observation P/2001 A1 (LONEOS) comet on 2-m FTN (Faulkes Telescope North). We taken 21 exposures by 30 seconds each. After stacking this images we obtain mag. limit about ~22m. The comet was not detected. P/2004 A1 located in very dense field, this factor complicate our surveying. At this time comet have ephemeris magnitude about 20.5m. P/2004 A1 (LONEOS) last observed on August 7 2007.

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