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Arrival of Comet NEAT

Arrival of Comet NEAT

Described as a "faint fuzzball with a stubby tail," Comet NEAT (C/2001 Q4), "is easily seen through binoculars, and visible to the unaided eye, too, from dark-sky sites," writes Space Weather.com(1), which contains a variety of recent pictures of the comet. This image(2) was taken by Chris Schur, from a high altitude location in Arizona on May 8th.

1. http://spaceweather.com/
2. http://science.nasa.gov/spaceweather/swpod2004/10may04/Schur1.jpg

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