169P/Neat


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Discovered by NEAT (Near Earth Asteroid Tracking, NASA and JPL)  on March,15 2002  

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 Obs, JPL Small body database

The comet is identified as the parent body of the alpha Capricornid meteor shower: See The Astronomical Journal 139, No.5 (March,31 2010).


169P/Neat  by Bernhard Haeusler, Germany

169P/Neat  by Bernhard Haeusler, 2010-04-05 B/W          

4 x 3 min. exposure, 2010-04-05 UT 21:03, 12" SCT  f-5.65 + CCD ST10XME
18.85 mag, coma: 5"


169P/Neat  by Bernhard Haeusler, Germany

169P/Neat  by Bernhard Haeusler, 2010-02-17 B/W          

15 x 1 min. exposure, 2010-02-17 UT 00:06, 12" SCT  f-5.65 + CCD ST10XME
15.38 mag, coma: 16"


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