173P/Mueller


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Jean Mueller from the Palomar Observatory found this comet on POSS Plates on November, 20 1993.

The latest IAU telegrams or the latest CBET's. IAUC Astronomical Headlines.

Minor planet center's orbital elements and Ephemeris, the comet on Seiichi Yoshida's Homepage,
Light curves on Cometas ObsJPL Small body database


The comet or a star? Seiichi Yoshida remarked on the Comet ML (MSG #15449), that the supposed comet is probably a star.
There are no observations of this very weak comet since July 2008.
After checking the star field with the
STScI Digitized Sky Survey, I assume, that my oberservation is false. That's a pity.

173P/Mueller  by Bernhard Haeusler, Germany

2009-03-18 by Bernhard Haeusler Germany

3 x 5 min. exposure, 2009-03-18, UT 01:19 to 00:34, 12" SCT  f-7 + CCD ST10XME
19.53 mag


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