Observations of the GIOTTO target comet P/Grigg-Skjellerup at the Calar Alto Observatory View Full Text


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DATE

1992-06

AUTHORS

K. Birkle, H. Boehnhardt

ABSTRACT

CCD images of comet P/Grigg-Skjellerup, obtained for astrometric purposes with the 3.5 m telescope at the Calar Alto Observatory/Spain, were used for an analysis of the activity status of the nucleus and for a search of faint coma structures. The nucleus was found essentially inactive beyond 2.7 AU solar distance both inbound and outbound (observations on 12–13 August, 1986, 21–23 October, 1986, 22 August, 1988, 18 October, 1988, 9 and 12 September, 1991 and 3 December, 1991). The coma of the comet was well developed in May and July 1987 with a diameter of at least 190 000 km on 24 May, 1987 and of at least 80 000 km on 24 July 1987. The coma showed a cone of diffuse brightness enhancement in the sunward hemisphere. The orientation of the cone axis changed from the Sun direction in May 1987 towards about North in July 1987, i.e., it was almost perpendicular to the projected Sun-nucleus line on the sky. The cone opening angle became smaller from about 100‡ in May to about 50 ‡ in July 1987. A weak and narrow plasma tail was found in the images of May 1987. More... »

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191-201

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