C/2002 O4 (HOENIG)


Date(UT)  n MM  Mag Ref Aper Type  f    x   dia DC taildg tailpa Observer
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020906.11 -  B  9.6: TT   7    B   -   20    5   2   -      -    G Duszanowicz 
Site: ┼kersberga, Sweden


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020904.03 -  B  9.3  TT   7    B   -   20    5   2   -      -    G Duszanowicz 
Site: ┼kersberga, Sweden.


Date(UT)  n MM  Mag Ref Aper Type  f    x   dia DC taildg tailpa Observer
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020903.06 -  B  9.2  TT   7    B   -   20    5   2   -      -    G Duszanowicz 
Comments: No tail visible. Round coma. Moon Site: ┼kersberga, Sweden.


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020902.90 -  S  9.1  TT  10    T  10   45    5   4   0.1    50   J Warell  
Comments: Diffuse coma with brighter center. DC is now stronger than on 2002 
August 21. Short and faint tail visible with Lumicon Deep Sky filter as an 
extension of the coma. Clear weather, excellent transparency. Site: Uppsala, 
Sweden.


Date(UT)  n MM  Mag Ref Aper Type  f    x   dia DC taildg tailpa Observer
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020902.07 -  B  9.2  TT   7    B   -   20    5   2   -      -    G Duszanowicz 
Comments: No tail visible. Round coma. Site: ┼kersberga, Sweden.


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020821.90 -  S  8.7  TT  10    T  10   45    6   3   -      -    J Warell  
Comments: Very diffuse, round coma with large, sligtly brighter center. No 
pseudonucleus visible at x103+Lumicon Deep Sky filter. Comet located about
10 arcmin from 4.3-mag zeta UMi which somewhat interfered with the observation.
Full Moon low in SE, slightly hazy sky and scattered Cirrus. Site: Uppsala, 
Sweden.


Date(UT)  n MM  Mag Ref Aper Type  f    x   dia DC taildg tailpa Observer
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020820.02 -  B  8.9  TT  6.6   R   6   16    5   3   -      -    G Duszanowicz 
020820.03 -  B  9.0  TT  6.6   R   6   40    5  2/   -      -    G Duszanowicz 
Comments: No tail visible. Round coma. Site: ┼kersberga, Sweden.


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020819.90 -  B  9.0  TT  10    T  10   45    7   3   -      -    J Warell  
Comments: Very diffuse, round coma with large, moderately bright center. No 
pseudonucleus visible at x73+Lumicon Deep Sky filter. Clear skies. Site: 
Uppsala, Sweden.


Date(UT)  n MM  Mag Ref Aper Type  f    x   dia DC taildg tailpa Observer
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020819.06 -  B  8.8  TT  6.6   R   6   16    6   3   -      -    G Duszanowicz 
Comments: No tail visible. Round coma. Site: ┼kersberga, Sweden.


Date(UT)  n MM  Mag Ref Aper Type  f    x   dia DC taildg tailpa Observer
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020816.98 -  B  9.0  TT  6.6   R   6   16    6   3   -      -    G Duszanowicz 
Comments: No tail visible. Round coma. Site: ┼kersberga, Sweden.


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020818.04 -  B  8.5: TT  6.6   R   6   16    6   3   -      -    G Duszanowicz 
Comments: No tail visible. Round coma. Site: Sandvreten observatory, Sweden.


Date(UT)  n MM  Mag Ref Aper Type  f    x   dia DC taildg tailpa Observer
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020802.91 -  S  9.9  TT  20    T  10   64   2.5  3   -      -    T Karhula
Comments:  Diffuse and somewhat difficult to see in the nautical twilight. 
Clear weather but dewy. Site: Virsbo, Sweden.