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596 Scheila

596 Scheila

Asteroid

  • Desc: 596 Scheila is a main-belt asteroid and main-belt comet orbiting the Sun. It was discovered on 21 February 1906 by August Kopff from Heidelberg. Kopff named the asteroid after a female English student with whom he was acquainted.
  • Wiki: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/596_Scheila
  • Knowledge graph id: kg:/m/08ly52
  • Type: Thing
  • Result Score: 456.41

172P/Yeung

Comet

90P/Gehrels

Comet

C/1847 T1

Comet

  • Desc: Miss Mitchell's Comet is a non-periodic comet that American astronomer Maria Mitchell discovered in 1847. The discovery was initially credited to Francesco de Vico. Vico, observing from Rome, was the first to report the comet's discovery in Europe.
  • Wiki: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/C/1847_T1
  • Knowledge graph id: kg:/m/0g0pkp
  • Type: Thing
  • Result Score: 24.15

266P/Christensen

Comet

93P/Lovas

Comet

97P/Metcalf–Brewington

Comet

36P/Whipple

Comet

  • Desc: 36P/Whipple is a periodic comet in the Solar System. It is the lowest numbered Quasi-Hilda comet. The comet nucleus is estimated to be 4.5 kilometers in diameter.
  • Wiki: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/36P/Whipple
  • Knowledge graph id: kg:/m/0b3ftt
  • Type: Thing
  • Result Score: 23.63

99P/Kowal

Comet

170P/Christensen

Comet

98P/Takamizawa

Comet

158P/Kowal–LINEAR

Comet

136P/Mueller

Comet

104P/Kowal

Comet

  • Desc: 104P/Kowal, also known as Kowal 2, is a periodic Jupiter-family comet discovered by Charles T. Kowal in 1979. The orbit was confirmed after new sightings in 1991 and 1998.
  • Wiki: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/104P/Kowal
  • Knowledge graph id: kg:/g/121sfq7s
  • Type: Thing
  • Result Score: 19.77

49P/Arend–Rigaux

Comet

  • Desc: 49P/Arend–Rigaux is a periodic comet in the Solar System. The comet nucleus is estimated to be 8.48 kilometers in diameter with a low albedo of 0.028. On 20 December 2058 the comet will pass 0.0867 AU from Mars.
  • Wiki: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/49P/Arend%E2%80%93Rigaux
  • Knowledge graph id: kg:/m/0b3h2j
  • Type: Thing
  • Result Score: 19.48

92P/Sanguin

Comet

  • Desc: 92P/Sanguin, also called Sanguin's Comet or Comet Sanguin, is a Jupiter-family comet discovered on October 15, 1977 by Juan G. Sanguin at Leoncito Astronomical Complex. It completes a single rotation approximately every 6 days.
  • Wiki: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/92P/Sanguin
  • Knowledge graph id: kg:/g/121vlb1n
  • Type: Thing
  • Result Score: 19.01
595 Polyxena

595 Polyxena

Asteroid

125P/Spacewatch

Comet

  • Desc: 125P/Spacewatch, is a periodic Jupiter-family comet. It was discovered on September 8, 1991, by Tom Gehrels using the 0.91 m Spacewatch telescope at the Kitt Peak National Observatory. It has a diameter of 1.6 km.
  • Wiki: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/125P/Spacewatch
  • Knowledge graph id: kg:/m/0vxgn5d
  • Type: Thing
  • Result Score: 18.73

120P/Mueller

Comet

84P/Giclas

Comet

  • Desc: 84P/Giclas is a periodic comet in the solar system. The comet nucleus is estimated to be 1.8 kilometers in diameter. On 11 June 2033 the comet will pass 0.0387 AU from the asteroid 4 Vesta.
  • Wiki: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/84P/Giclas
  • Knowledge graph id: kg:/m/0b7spg
  • Type: Thing
  • Result Score: 18.52

C/2007 K5 (Lovejoy)

Comet

119P/Parker–Hartley

Comet

C/1861 G1 (Thatcher)

Comet

  • Desc: Comet C/1861 G1 (Thatcher) is a long-period comet with roughly a 415-year orbit discovered by A. E. Thatcher. It is responsible for the Lyrid meteor shower. Carl Wilhelm Baeker also independently found this comet.
  • Wiki: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/C/1861_G1_(Thatcher)
  • Knowledge graph id: kg:/m/026v4vz
  • Type: Thing
  • Result Score: 18.43

27P/Crommelin

Comet

  • Desc: Comet Crommelin, also known as Comet Pons-Coggia-Winnecke-Forbes, is a periodic comet with an orbital period of almost 28 years. It fits the classical definition of a Halley-type comet with. It is named after the British astronomer Andrew C. D. Crommelin who calculated its orbit in 1930. It is one of only four comets not named after their discoverer, the other three being Comets Halley, Encke, and Lexell.
  • Wiki: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/27P/Crommelin
  • Knowledge graph id: kg:/m/0281j3r
  • Type: Thing
  • Result Score: 18.34

121P/Shoemaker–Holt

Comet

101P/Chernykh

Comet

  • Desc: 101P/Chernykh is a periodic comet which was first discovered on August 19, 1977, by Nikolaj Stepanovich Chernykh. In 1992, 101P/Chernykh was observed to split. JPL concluded that the comet split in April 1991, when 3.3 AU from the Sun. The primary nucleus is 5.6 km in diameter.
  • Wiki: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/101P/Chernykh
  • Knowledge graph id: kg:/m/0b9w_0
  • Type: Thing
  • Result Score: 18.20

91P/Russell

Comet

273P/Pons–Gambart

Comet

139P/Väisälä–Oterma

Comet

335P/Gibbs

Comet

  • Desc: 335P/Gibbs is a periodic comet in the Solar System. It will next come to perihelion in August 2022. Together with 266P/Christensen, it was proposed as the source of the 1977 "Wow! Signal".
  • Wiki: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/335P/Gibbs
  • Knowledge graph id: kg:/g/11cmg4_db5
  • Type: Thing
  • Result Score: 17.87

Comet Stonehouse

Comet

  • Desc: Stonehouse is a comet, designated C/1998 H1, discovered by observer Patrick L. Stonehouse of Wolverine, Michigan, USA. With a maximal apparent brightness of about 10th magnitude in April/May, 1998, Comet Stonehouse was too faint to be seen by the unaided eye, but was a popular object for telescope-equipped comet watchers.
  • Wiki: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Comet_Stonehouse
  • Knowledge graph id: kg:/m/0zdmv54
  • Type: Thing
  • Result Score: 17.81

132P/Helin–Roman–Alu

Comet

71P/Clark

Comet

  • Desc: 71P/Clark is a periodic comet in the Solar System with an orbital period of 5.5 years. It was discovered by Michael Clark at Mount John University Observatory, New Zealand on 9 June 1973 with a brightness of apparent magnitude 13.
  • Wiki: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/71P/Clark
  • Knowledge graph id: kg:/m/0b5yfc
  • Type: Thing
  • Result Score: 17.36

161P/Hartley–IRAS

Comet

Comet Bennett

Comet

  • Desc: Comet Bennett, formally known as C/1969 Y1, was one of two brilliant comets to grace the 1970s, along with Comet West. The name is also borne by an altogether different comet, C/1974 V2.
  • Wiki: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Comet_Bennett
  • Knowledge graph id: kg:/m/0bcnr3
  • Type: Thing
  • Result Score: 17.11

117P/Helin–Roman–Alu

Comet

C/1890 V1

Comet

  • Desc: C/1890 V1 is a non-periodic comet discovered on 15 November 1890 by the Italian astronomer Temistocle Zona with an equatorially mounted, Merz telescope at the Osservatorio Astronomico di Palermo.
  • Wiki: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/C/1890_V1
  • Knowledge graph id: kg:/m/0120y16_
  • Type: Thing
  • Result Score: 17.03

62P/Tsuchinshan

Comet

  • Desc: 62P/Tsuchinshan, also known as Tsuchinshan 1, is a periodic comet discovered on 1965 January 1 at Purple Mountain Observatory, Nanking. During the 2004 perihelion passage the comet brightened to about apparent magnitude 11.
  • Wiki: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/62P/Tsuchinshan
  • Knowledge graph id: kg:/m/0j43nl8
  • Type: Thing
  • Result Score: 16.43
34D/Gale

34D/Gale

Comet

  • Desc: Comet Gale is a periodic comet in the Solar System discovered by Walter Frederick Gale on June 7, 1927. The second apparition was calculated for 1938, but Gale failed to find it; however, it was recalculated by Leland E.
  • Wiki: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/34D/Gale
  • Knowledge graph id: kg:/m/02v_yhh
  • Type: Thing
  • Result Score: 16.25
C/2015 V2

C/2015 V2

Comet

  • Desc: C/2015 V2 is a hyperbolic comet discovered on 3 November 2015 by Jess Johnson at an apparent magnitude of 17.1 using a 0.68-meter Schmidt–Cassegrain telescope.
  • Wiki: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/C/2015_V2
  • Knowledge graph id: kg:/g/11bwn4fs4p
  • Type: Thing
  • Result Score: 15.52

38P/Stephan–Oterma

Comet

  • Desc: 38P/Stephan–Oterma is a periodic comet with an orbital period of 38 years. It fits the classical definition of a Halley-type comet with. It was discovered in January 1867, by Jérôme Eugène Coggia at Marseilles Observatory, France.
  • Wiki: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/38P/Stephan%E2%80%93Oterma
  • Knowledge graph id: kg:/m/05ztrpm
  • Type: Thing
  • Result Score: 15.49

143P/Kowal–Mrkos

Comet

114P/Wiseman–Skiff

Comet

  • Desc: 114P/Wiseman–Skiff is a periodic comet in the Solar System. It was discovered by Jennifer Wiseman in January 1987 on two photographic plates that had been taken on December 28, 1986, by Brian A. Skiff of Lowell Observatory. Wiseman and Skiff confirmed the comet on January 19, 1987.
  • Wiki: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/114P/Wiseman%E2%80%93Skiff
  • Knowledge graph id: kg:/m/0db1n3
  • Type: Thing
  • Result Score: 15.47

116P/Wild

Comet

  • Desc: 116P/Wild, also known as Wild 4, is a periodic comet in the Solar System. It fits the definition of an Encke-type comet with. On 4 November 2042 the comet will pass about 0.029 AU from Ceres.
  • Wiki: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/116P/Wild
  • Knowledge graph id: kg:/m/0bd6w3
  • Type: Thing
  • Result Score: 15.15

53P/Van Biesbroeck

Comet

  • Desc: 53P/Van Biesbroeck is a periodic comet 7 km in diameter. This comet and 42P/Neujmin are fragments of a parent comet that split around March 1845. The orbit of 53P/Van Biesbroeck has a Jupiter Minimum orbit intersection distance of only 0.009 AU. The next perihelion passage is on Christmas Eve 24 December 2028. The comet is expected to brighten to about apparent magnitude 14.
  • Wiki: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/53P/Van_Biesbroeck
  • Knowledge graph id: kg:/m/0b3nfj
  • Type: Thing
  • Result Score: 15.03

Comet Machholz

Comet

  • Desc: Comet Machholz, formally designated C/2004 Q2, is a long-period comet discovered by Donald Machholz on August 27, 2004. It reached naked eye brightness in January 2005.
  • Wiki: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Comet_Machholz
  • Knowledge graph id: kg:/m/04x0bj
  • Type: Thing
  • Result Score: 14.99

159P/LONEOS

Comet

65P/Gunn

Comet

  • Desc: 65P/Gunn is a periodic comet in the solar system which has a current orbital period of 6.79 years. It was discovered on 11 October 1970 by Professor James E. Gunn of Princeton University using the 122-cm Schmidt telescope at the Palomar Observatory. It had a low brightness of magnitude 16 plus which improves to 12 under favourable conditions.
  • Wiki: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/65P/Gunn
  • Knowledge graph id: kg:/m/0b41db
  • Type: Thing
  • Result Score: 14.77

171P/Spahr

Comet

  • Desc: 171P/Spahr is a periodic comet in the solar system. 171P/Spahr was recovered on 20–24 October 2011 at apparent magnitude 20.6 using the 2.0-metre Faulkes Telescope South. 171P/Spahr is peaked at about magnitude 18 in 2012. During the 1999 passage the comet brightened to about magnitude 13.5.
  • Wiki: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/171P/Spahr
  • Knowledge graph id: kg:/m/0bxjz0
  • Type: Thing
  • Result Score: 14.48

C/2016 U1 (NEOWISE)

Comet

10P/Tempel

Comet

  • Desc: 10P/Tempel, also known as Tempel 2, is a periodic Jupiter-family comet in the Solar System. It was discovered in 1873 and has an orbital period of 5.3 years. The comet nucleus is estimated to be 10.6 kilometers in diameter with a low albedo of 0.022.
  • Wiki: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/10P/Tempel
  • Knowledge graph id: kg:/m/0b3d1b
  • Type: Thing
  • Result Score: 14.31

138P/Shoemaker–Levy

Comet

C/2015 G2 (MASTER)

Comet

  • Desc: C/2015 G2 (MASTER) is a comet discovered April 7, 2015 by MASTER, the Mobile Astronomical System of the Telescope-Robots at the South African Astronomical Observatory. It was the first comet discovered from South Africa in 35 years. Discovery was confirmed April 10, 2015 by the Minor Planet Center. It was at magnitude 10.7 at discovery and by mid-May it had reached magnitude 6.0.
  • Wiki: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/C/2015_G2_(MASTER)
  • Knowledge graph id: kg:/m/0138tg7c
  • Type: Thing
  • Result Score: 14.25

87P/Bus

Comet

  • Desc: Comet 87P/Bus is a periodic comet with an orbital period of 6.5 years. It fits the definition of an Encke-type comet with. It was discovered by Schelte J. Bus in 1981 on a plate taken with the 1.2m UK Schmidt telescope at Siding Spring, Australia. The discovery was announced in IAU Circular 3578 on March 4, 1981. It has been observed on each of its subsequent apparitions, most recently in 2013.
  • Wiki: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/87P/Bus
  • Knowledge graph id: kg:/m/033623
  • Type: Thing
  • Result Score: 14.06

C/1702 H1

Comet

100P/Hartley

Comet

Sakigake

Sakigake

Spacecraft

C/1948 V1

Comet

  • Desc: The Eclipse Comet of 1948, formally known as C/1948 V1, was an especially bright comet discovered during a solar eclipse on November 1, 1948.
  • Wiki: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/C/1948_V1
  • Knowledge graph id: kg:/m/0bg70g
  • Type: Thing
  • Result Score: 13.70

102P/Shoemaker

Comet

  • Desc: 102P/Shoemaker, also known as Shoemaker 1, is a periodic comet in the solar system. It was first seen in 1984 and then again in 1991. Images taken of it in 1999 were not recognized until 2006 when it was once again observed. It was unexpectedly dim in each of these returns.
  • Wiki: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/102P/Shoemaker
  • Knowledge graph id: kg:/m/0bc46m
  • Type: Thing
  • Result Score: 13.69

42P/Neujmin

Comet

  • Desc: 42P/Neujmin, also known as Neujmin 3, is a periodic comet 2 km in diameter. This comet and 53P/Van Biesbroeck are fragments of a parent comet that split in March 1845.
  • Wiki: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/42P/Neujmin
  • Knowledge graph id: kg:/m/0b3gr1
  • Type: Thing
  • Result Score: 13.65
19P/Borrelly

19P/Borrelly

Comet

  • Desc: Comet Borrelly or Borrelly's Comet is a periodic comet, which was visited by the spacecraft Deep Space 1 in 2001. The comet last came to perihelion on May 28, 2015.
  • Wiki: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/19P/Borrelly
  • Knowledge graph id: kg:/m/02q4f_
  • Type: Thing
  • Result Score: 13.63

77P/Longmore

Comet

  • Desc: 77P/Longmore is a periodic comet in the Solar System. It was discovered by Andrew Jonathan Longmore on a photographic plate taken on 10 June 1975 at the 1.22m Schmidt telescope at Siding Spring Observatory, New South Wales, Australia.
  • Wiki: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/77P/Longmore
  • Knowledge graph id: kg:/m/0b726v
  • Type: Thing
  • Result Score: 13.53

37P/Forbes

Comet

  • Desc: 37P/Forbes is a periodic comet in the Solar System. It was discovered on August 1, 1929 by Alex Rosebank ander F.I. Forbes of, South Africa The comet nucleus is estimated to be 1.9 kilometers in diameter.
  • Wiki: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/37P/Forbes
  • Knowledge graph id: kg:/m/0b3f_4
  • Type: Thing
  • Result Score: 13.52

122P/de Vico

Comet

  • Desc: 122P/de Vico is a periodic comet with an orbital period of 74 years. It fits the classical definition of a Halley-type comet with. It was discovered by Francesco de Vico in Rome on February 20, 1846. On 3 December 2153 the comet will pass about 0.694 AU from Uranus. Daniel Kirkwood in 1884 noticed that the comet shares elements with comet 12P/Pons-Brooks. He suggested that 122P had calved off Pons-Brooks some centuries prior. Later he identified the two comets' capture into their elliptical orbits with their shared aphelion close to Neptune 991 CE.
  • Wiki: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/122P/de_Vico
  • Knowledge graph id: kg:/m/09gn8lt
  • Type: Thing
  • Result Score: 13.48

129P/Shoemaker–Levy

Comet

55P/Tempel–Tuttle

Comet

Comet Skjellerup–Maristany

Comet

25D/Neujmin

Comet

  • Desc: Comet 25D/Neujmin, otherwise known as Comet Neujmin 2, is a periodic comet in the solar system discovered by Grigory N. Neujmin on February 24, 1916. It was confirmed by George van Biesbroeck and Frank Watson Dyson on March 1. A prediction by Andrew Crommelin for 1921 was considered unfavourable and no observations were made.
  • Wiki: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/25D/Neujmin
  • Knowledge graph id: kg:/m/0281hp9
  • Type: Thing
  • Result Score: 13.26
21P/Giacobini–Zinner

21P/Giacobini–Zinner

Comet

64P/Swift–Gehrels

Comet

112P/Urata–Niijima

Comet

246P/NEAT

Comet

  • Desc: 246P/NEAT is a periodic comet discovered on 2004 March 28 by Near-Earth Asteroid Tracking using the 1.2-metre reflector at Haleakala. It was given the permanent number 246P on 2011 January 14. It is a Quasi-Hilda comet. Due to perturbations by Jupiter, the 2005, 2013 and 2021 perihelion passages will be closer to the Sun. The comet is observable all through its orbit.
  • Wiki: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/246P/NEAT
  • Knowledge graph id: kg:/m/0knwb40
  • Type: Thing
  • Result Score: 12.99
7P/Pons–Winnecke

7P/Pons–Winnecke

Comet

  • Desc: 7P/Pons–Winnecke is a periodic Jupiter-family comet in the solar system. The comet most recently came to perihelion on January 30, 2015, and at perihelion passage it had a solar elongation of 24 degrees.
  • Wiki: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/7P/Pons%E2%80%93Winnecke
  • Knowledge graph id: kg:/m/0dmyq_
  • Type: Thing
  • Result Score: 12.92
118P/Shoemaker–Levy

118P/Shoemaker–Levy

Comet

  • Desc: 118P/Shoemaker–Levy is a comet discovered by astronomers Carolyn and Eugene M. Shoemaker and David Levy. During the 2010 apparition the comet became as bright as apparent magnitude 11.5. The comet nucleus is estimated to be 4.8 kilometers in diameter.
  • Wiki: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/118P/Shoemaker%E2%80%93Levy
  • Knowledge graph id: kg:/m/0c91m4
  • Type: Thing
  • Result Score: 12.89

31P/Schwassmann–Wachmann

Comet

  • Desc: 31P/Schwassmann–Wachmann, also known as Schwassmann–Wachmann 2, is a periodic comet in the Solar System. It was discovered on January 17, 1929, at an apparent magnitude of 11. The comet has been seen at every apparition. The comet nucleus is estimated to be 6.2 kilometers in diameter.
  • Wiki: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/31P/Schwassmann%E2%80%93Wachmann
  • Knowledge graph id: kg:/m/0b3fn7
  • Type: Thing
  • Result Score: 12.83
354P/LINEAR

354P/LINEAR

Comet

  • Desc: 354P/LINEAR is a small Solar System body that displayed characteristics of both an asteroid and a comet, and thus, was initially given a cometary designation.
  • Wiki: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/354P/LINEAR
  • Knowledge graph id: kg:/m/09v3gjp
  • Type: Thing
  • Result Score: 12.74

113P/Spitaler

Comet

  • Desc: Comet Spitaler is a periodic comet in the solar system discovered by Rudolf Ferdinand Spitaler on November 17, 1890, while attempting to observe Comet Zona. Spitaler, together with G. M. Searle, J. F. Tennant, and J. R.
  • Wiki: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/113P/Spitaler
  • Knowledge graph id: kg:/m/02858gc
  • Type: Thing
  • Result Score: 12.65

C/2015 F5 (SWAN-XingMing)

Comet

Comet Ikeya–Seki

Comet Ikeya–Seki

Comet

167P/CINEOS

Comet

72P/Denning–Fujikawa

Comet

  • Desc: 72P/Denning–Fujikawa is a periodic comet discovered on 4 October 1881 by William Frederick Denning. The comet was not seen at another apparition until recovered by Shigehisa Fujikawa in 1978. From 29 December 1978 until 17 June 2014, the comet was lost. On 17 June 2014 the comet was recovered by Hidetaka Sato.
  • Wiki: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/72P/Denning%E2%80%93Fujikawa
  • Knowledge graph id: kg:/m/0dd2kms
  • Type: Thing
  • Result Score: 12.45

147P/Kushida–Muramatsu

Comet

  • Desc: 147P/Kushida–Muramatsu is a quasi-Hilda comet discovered in 1993 by Japanese astronomers Yoshio Kushida and Osamu Muramatsu. According to calculations made by Katsuhiko Ohtsuka of the Tokyo Meteor Network and David Asher of Armagh Observatory, Kushida–Muramatsu was temporarily captured by Jupiter as an irregular moon between May 14, 1949, and July 15, 1962.
  • Wiki: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/147P/Kushida%E2%80%93Muramatsu
  • Knowledge graph id: kg:/m/07s8lgm
  • Type: Thing
  • Result Score: 12.38

130P/McNaught–Hughes

Comet

208P/McMillan

Comet

  • Desc: Comet McMillan or 208P/McMillan is a periodic comet with an orbital period of about 8.1 years. The comet belongs to the Jupiter family of comets. It will next come to perihelion on 1 July 2016.
  • Wiki: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/208P/McMillan
  • Knowledge graph id: kg:/m/0zdmv9q
  • Type: Thing
  • Result Score: 12.20

13P/Olbers

Comet

  • Desc: 13P/Olbers is a periodic comet with an orbital period of 69 years. It fits the classical definition of a Halley-type comet with. Heinrich Wilhelm Matthias Olbers discovered the comet on March 6, 1815.
  • Wiki: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/13P/Olbers
  • Knowledge graph id: kg:/m/0dn4kh
  • Type: Thing
  • Result Score: 12.15

163P/NEAT

Comet

  • Desc: 163P/NEAT is a periodic comet discovered on November 5, 2004 by Near-Earth Asteroid Tracking using the 1.2 meter Samuel Oschin telescope at Palomar Observatory. Precovery images of the comet were found by Maik Meyer in December 2004. There were two images from 1997, two images from 1991, and three images from 1990. During the 2005 perihelion passage the comet brightened to about apparent magnitude 16. Around November 17, 2114, the comet will pass about 0.117 AU from Jupiter.
  • Wiki: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/163P/NEAT
  • Knowledge graph id: kg:/m/0j432z2
  • Type: Thing
  • Result Score: 12.09

Exocomet

Comet

  • Desc: An exocomet, or extrasolar comet, is a comet outside the Solar System, which includes interstellar comets and those that orbit stars other than the Sun.
  • Wiki: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Exocomet
  • Knowledge graph id: kg:/m/0pkzvdk
  • Type: Thing
  • Result Score: 11.99

14P/Wolf

Comet

  • Desc: 14P/Wolf is a periodic comet in the Solar System. Max Wolf discovered the comet on September 17, 1884. It was later discovered, but not credited to, Ralph Copeland on September 23.
  • Wiki: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/14P/Wolf
  • Knowledge graph id: kg:/m/0dn8dp
  • Type: Thing
  • Result Score: 11.95

177P/Barnard

Comet

  • Desc: Comet 177P/Barnard, also known as Barnard 2, is a periodic comet with an orbital period of 119 years. It fits the classical definition of a Halley-type comet with.
  • Wiki: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/177P/Barnard
  • Knowledge graph id: kg:/m/0gphbs
  • Type: Thing
  • Result Score: 11.87
C/2012 K1

C/2012 K1

Comet

  • Desc: C/2012 K1 is a retrograde Oort cloud comet discovered at magnitude 19.7, 8.7 AU from the Sun on 17 May 2012 using the Pan-STARRS telescope located near the summit of Haleakalā, on the island of Maui in Hawaii.
  • Wiki: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/C/2012_K1
  • Knowledge graph id: kg:/m/0v3gdpf
  • Type: Thing
  • Result Score: 11.79
153P/Ikeya–Zhang

153P/Ikeya–Zhang

Comet

  • Desc: Comet Ikeya–Zhang is a comet discovered independently by two astronomers from Japan and China in 2002. On February 1, 2002, Chinese astronomer Zhang Daqing from Kaifeng discovered a new comet in the constellation Cetus, and reported it to the IAU.
  • Wiki: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/153P/Ikeya%E2%80%93Zhang
  • Knowledge graph id: kg:/m/09hz32
  • Type: Thing
  • Result Score: 11.79
C/2013 US10

C/2013 US10

Comet

  • Desc: C/2013 US10 is an Oort cloud comet discovered on 31 October 2013 by the Catalina Sky Survey at an apparent magnitude of 19 using a 0.68-meter Schmidt–Cassegrain telescope. As of September 2015 the comet is around apparent magnitude 6.
  • Wiki: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/C/2013_US10
  • Knowledge graph id: kg:/m/011v5lxz
  • Type: Thing
  • Result Score: 11.68

89P/Russell

Comet

  • Desc: 89P/Russell is a periodic comet in the Solar System with a current orbital period of 7.28 years. It was discovered on a photographic plate by K. S. Russell of Siding Spring Observatory in New South Wales, Australia on 28 September 1980. Brightness was estimated at a magnitude of 17. The elliptical orbit calculated by Brian G. Marsden gave a perihelion date of 19 May 1980 and an orbital period of 7.12 years. It has been observed on each subsequent apparition, most recently in 2009. The next perihelion is computed as 14 December 2016.
  • Wiki: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/89P/Russell
  • Knowledge graph id: kg:/g/120lqpxr
  • Type: Thing
  • Result Score: 11.61

88P/Howell

Comet

  • Desc: 88P/Howell is a periodic comet in the solar system. It was discovered on 29 August 1981. In 1975 the comet's perihelion was 1.9 AU, But a close approach to Jupiter in 1978 perturbed the perihelion distance closer to the Sun.
  • Wiki: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/88P/Howell
  • Knowledge graph id: kg:/m/0b88pq
  • Type: Thing
  • Result Score: 11.58

C/2015 F3

Comet

  • Desc: Comet C/2015 F3 was discovered in March 2015 by Rob Matson, Vladimir Bezugly and Michael Matiazzo in near real time images taken by the SWAN instrument aboard the SOHO spacecraft.
  • Wiki: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/C/2015_F3
  • Knowledge graph id: kg:/m/0138tgdx
  • Type: Thing
  • Result Score: 11.47

493 Griseldis

Asteroid

41P/Tuttle–Giacobini–Kresák

41P/Tuttle–Giacobini–Kresák

Comet

11P/Tempel–Swift–LINEAR

Comet

  • Desc: 11P/Tempel–Swift–LINEAR is a periodic Jupiter-family comet in the Solar System. Ernst Wilhelm Leberecht Tempel originally discovered the comet on November 27, 1869, it was later observed by Lewis Swift on October 11, 1880, and realised to be the same comet.
  • Wiki: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/11P/Tempel%E2%80%93Swift%E2%80%93LINEAR
  • Knowledge graph id: kg:/m/0dm_tb
  • Type: Thing
  • Result Score: 11.36

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596 Scheila is a main-belt asteroid and main-belt comet orbiting the Sun. It was discovered on 21 February 1906 by August Kopff from Heidelberg. Kopff named the asteroid after a female English student with whom he was acquainted.
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