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Discovered by Joseph Ashbrook ( Lowell Observatory) and Cyril Jackson (Yale-Columbia Station, Johannesburg, South Africa) at August, 26 1948    

The latest IAU telegrams or the latest CBET's. IAUC Astronomical Headlines.

Minor planet center's orbital elements and EphemerisThe comet on Seiichi Yoshida's Homepage, Gary W. Kronk's Cometography
Light curves on Cometas ObsJPL Small body database


The very faint comet is showing a short tail of 11" in PA 130.

47P/Ashbrook-Jackson  by Bernhard Haeusler, Germany       

47/Ashbrook-Jackson by Bernhard Haeusler, 2010-01-02 B/W          

30 min. exposure, 2010-01-02 UT 20:45, 12" SCT  f-6.5 + CCD ST10XME
18.40 mag, coma: 5", tail: 11" in PA 130     


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