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Comet 156P Russell-LINEAR

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Coarse finder chart
(Field of view: 60°, Max. star mag.: 5)
Fine finder chart
(Field of view: 2°, Max. star mag.: 12)
 
View from 90° above ecliptic plane
View from above comet orbital plane
 
Position
Right ascension0h 3.8m
Declination8° 46'
ConstellationPisces
Distance from Earth0.586 AU
Last observed magnitude11.1
Date of last reported observation2020-Nov-22
Altitude-30.3°
Azimuth4° (N)
Angular separation from Sun114.9°
Ecliptic latitude3.3°
Orbit
Distance from Sun1.342 AU
Perihelion1.333 AU
(2020-Nov-17)
Aphelion5.587 AU
Period6.44 years
Eccentricity0.614741
Inclination to ecliptic17.3°
Speed relative to Sun32.643 km/s

Warning!
Never attempt to observe objects close to the sun without taking the proper precautions. In particular, never point optical instruments near the sun and look through them, or you risk permanent eye damage or blindness.
 

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