Comet C/2002T7
Discovery
Discovered August 24, 2001
Discovery by Near-Earth-Asteroid Tracking Team (Jet Propulsion Laboratory)

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Current Trend
Current trend is brightening.
As of the end of February the comet was about 7 magnitude. Right now Comet T7 can be seen setting in the Northern Hemisphere's western sky. This comet is
primarily Southern Hemisphere object

Maps, magnitude charts     Daily Ephemeris

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Location/Magnitude
Date RA DEC MAG
Between Pisces and Pegasus 
March 11, 2004  00 03.99 +11 27.8 5.8
March 16, 2004  00 02.33 +10 53.2 5.5
March 21, 2004  00 00.61 +10 17.0 5.1
March 26, 2004  23 58.80 +09 38.0 4.6
March 31, 2004 23 56.90 +08 54.5 4.2
In Pisces
April 5, 2004 23 54.99 +08 04.7 3.7
April 10, 2004 23 53.30 +07 07.0 3.2
April 15, 2004 23 52.26 +05 59.4   2.8
April 20, 2004 23 52.65  +04 39.7 2.3
April 25, 2004 23 55.73 +03 04.4  2.0
April 30, 2004 00 03.64 +01 06.1 1.7
May 5,   2004 00 20.45  -01 33.2 1.3
Cetus
May 10, 2004 00 55.81 -05 38.7 0.9
Eridanus
May 15, 2004 02 16.40 -12 40.8 0.4
Between Eri and Lepus
May 20, 2004 05 02.18 -19 55.7 0.4
In Canis Major
May 25, 2004 07 33.30 -17 43.2 1.3
Between Monoceros and Pyxis
May 30, 2004 08 44.01 -13 50.1 2.5
Between Hydra and Pyxis
June 4, 2004 09 18.47 -11 21.5 3.5
June 9, 2004 09 38.46 -09 49.3 4.3
Between Hydra and Sextans
June 14, 2004 09 51.77 -08 49.6 5.0
June 19, 2004 10 01.59 -08 10.1 5.6
In Sextans
June 24, 2004 10 09.38 -07 44.1 6.1
June 29, 2004 10 15.92 -07 27.6 6.6


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