Comet C2010 X1 Elanin to pass almost in front of the Pleiades 22 Nov 2011

My astronomy Software of choice, TheSky 6 Pro, has the ability to display transient astronomical phenomenon, such as comets. By loading the latest elements for Comet Elanin, I have discovered that on the evening of November 22, 2011, the comet will pass nearly in front of the famous Pleiades star cluster. This may be an opportunity for some excellent astroimaging. Please click on the image to read the particulars.

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~ by matthewota on March 20, 2011.

9 Responses to “Comet C2010 X1 Elanin to pass almost in front of the Pleiades 22 Nov 2011”

  1. Enjoyed this info. When will Pleiades viewing be best in Oregon in August? Thanks.

    • Unfortunately, the Pleiades visibilty in August from Portland, Oregon and that latitude are al lvery early in the morning before sunrise, peaking at about 5 a.m. local time

  2. Just reading this post. The screen shot says Nov 22, right?

  3. Now you’ll have to convince the rest of the world 😉

  4. Too bad Elenin evaporated. I will run future orbit plots for other comets as they are found, as usual.

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