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Following Comet Y1 ATLAS: the ‘Lost Comet’ of Spring

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Following Comet Y1 ATLAS: the ‘Lost Comet’ of Spring

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    Following Comet Y1 ATLAS: the ‘Lost Comet’ of Spring
    by David Dickinson

    Got clear skies? If you’re like us, you’ve been putting the recent pandemic-induced exile to productive use, and got out under the nighttime sky. And though 2020 has yet to offer up a good bright ‘Comet of the Century’ to keep us entertained, there have been a steady stream of good binocular comets for northern hemisphere viewers, including C/2017 T2 PanSTARRS and C/2019 Y4 ATLAS. This week, I’d like to turn your attention to another good binocular comet that is currently at its peak: the ‘other’ comet ATLAS, C/2019 Y1 ATLAS.

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