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Year Mn Day MM Mag Ref Scope Pwr coma DC tail p.a. Obs Site 2015 4 19.924 S 14.4 AQ 30.5T 179 0.4 3/ BOU Burlage, Germany 2015 4 19.922 S 14.2 AQ 30.5T 179 0.5 3/ DIJ Burlage 2015 3 22.897 S 13.5 AQ 30.5T 179 0.2 6 DIJ Burlage 2015 3 22.895 S 13.8 AQ 30.5T 179 0.5 4 BOU Burlage, Germany 2015 3 14.45 S 13.5 AQ 25.0L 83 1 2 WYA Walcha, NSW (Coma diffuse, even suface brightness across coma with a slightly brighter but very weak centre.) 2015 1 17.60 S 14.0 AQ 25.0L 83 0.5 1/ WYA Walcha, NSW (Coma small and diffuse, difficult, visible in periods of good seeing.) 2014 12 29.65 S 13.8 AQ 25.0L 83 1 2 WYA Walcha, NSW (Coma very diffuse. Difficult due to slight background haze.) 2014 11 29.80 S 13.9 AU 40.0L 257 0.7 4 YOS Kita-karuizawa, Gunma (It became well visible visually. I think the comet is brightening.) 2014 10 25.77 S 14.1 AU 40.0L 257 0.7 3 YOS Kita-karuizawa, Gunma (Fainter than predicted.) 2014 9 22.78 S[14.2 AU 40.0L 257 !0.7 YOS Kita-karuizawa, Gunma (Unexpectedly, not visible.)
2005 5 4.48 S 12.7 TA 40.0L 144 0.8 3 YOS Gunma, Japan (Low, but still visible. Very faint and diffuse.) 2005 4 9.94 S 12.9 TK 20.3T 100 0.8 4 GON Alto del Trichero - Soto y Amío, León 2005 4 7.849 S 13.2 TA 31.0J 155 0.8 2 DIJ Sint Annen 2005 4 7.846 S 13.3 TA 31.0J 155 0.8 3 BOU Sint Annen 2005 4 5.46 S 12.4 TJ 40.0L 144 1.8 4 YOS Ibaraki, Japan (Moderately condensed. Recent observations suggested that it became somewhat fainter than before. But actually, it is as bright as before, although not so easy to see.) 2005 3 31.861 S 13.3 TA 31.0J 109 1.1 1/ DIJ Lauwersoog 2005 3 31.856 S 13.4 TA 31.0J 109 1.0 3 BOU Lauwersoog 2005 3 9.849 S 13.2 AU 31.0J 155 0.7 3 BOU Sint Annen 2005 3 7.94 S 13.2 HS 20.3T 100 0.8 3 GON Camposagrado, León 2005 2 7.857 S 12.7 TA 31.0J 155 1.3 1 DIJ Sint Annen 2005 2 7.856 S 13.0 TA 31.0J 155 0.9 3 BOU Sint Annen 2005 2 6.854 S 13.1 TA 31.0J 155 0.9 3 BOU Lauwersoog 2005 2 6.851 S 12.7 TA 31.0J 109 0.8 1/ DIJ Lauwersoog 2005 2 5.45 S 12.2 HS 40.0L 144 0.9 5 YOS Ibaraki, Japan (Small, but moderately condensed.) 2005 1 31.94 S 12.5 TK 20.3T 100 1.0 3 GON Soto y Amío, León 2005 1 14.900 S 12.8 GA 31.0J 109 1.3 1 DIJ Sint Annen 2005 1 14.894 S 12.7 GA 31.0J 109 1.1 3/ BOU Sint Annen 2005 1 12.90 S 13.5 HS 25.6L 169 0.8 3 BIV Poigny-la-Foret 2005 1 12.775 S 12.7 GA 31.0J 109 1.0 4 BOU Sint Annen 2005 1 8.42 S 12.5 HS 40.0L 144 1.3 4 YOS Ibaraki, Japan (Close to a star. Getting somewhat diffuse.) 2005 1 7.88 S 12.8 TK 20.3T 100 1.0 3 GON Aralla, León 2005 1 7.50 S 12.6 GA 25.4L 114 SEA Cowra, NSW 2005 1 2.95 S 12.5 HS 25.6L 84 1.7 2 BIV Poigny-la-Foret 2005 1 2.785 S 13.2 TA 31.0J 109 0.8 1 DIJ Langelo 2005 1 2.772 S 12.8 TA 31.0J 109 1.0 4 BOU Langelo 2004 12 18.01 S 12.6 HS 25.6L 84 1.3 3 BIV Poigny-la-Foret 2004 12 14.48 S 12.7 GA 25.4L 71 SEA Cowra, NSW 2004 12 12.83 S 12.7 HS 20.3L 95 1.2 4 BIV Haute Provence Obs. 2004 12 11.42 S 12.8 AU 40.0L 144 1.3 5 YOS Gunma, Japan (Moderately condensed. Close to a bright star.) 2004 12 8.97 S 12.5 HS 25.6L 84 1.0 4 BIV Poigny-la-Foret 2004 12 5.93 S 12.6 TK 20.3T 100 1.0 4 GON Camposagrado, León 2004 11 21.056 S 13.0 AU 31.0J 109 0.9 2/ DIJ Sint Annen 2004 11 21.052 S 13.3 AU 31.0J 109 1.0 4 BOU Sint Annen 2004 11 17.944 S 12.4 TK 30.0T 152 1.2 2 LOO Le Castellard, France 2004 11 16.906 S 12.8 TK 30.0T 152 2 3 LOO Le Castellard, France 2004 11 16.60 S 14.0 HS 38.0L 75 0.5 6 MAT Stockport Observatory, SA (First observation, quite small and well condensed.) 2004 11 16.02 S 12.3 TK 20.3T 100 1.5 3 GON Camposagrado, León 2004 11 15.840 S 12.5 TK 30.0T 152 0.7 5 LOO Le Castellard, France 2004 11 14.847 S 13.2 TK 30.0T 152 0.5 6 LOO Le Castellard, France 2004 11 14.830 S 13.4 AU 31.0J 109 1.2 4 BOU Sint Annen 2004 11 9.53 S 13.4 HS 40.0L 144 0.9 5 YOS Gunma, Japan 2004 10 15.72 S 14.0 AU 40.0L 144 0.9 6 YOS Gunma, Japan