C/2002 O6 (SWAN)


Date(UT)  n MM  Mag Ref Aper Type  f    x   dia DC taildg tailpa Observer
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020902.08 &  B  8.7: TT   7    B   -   20    2   7   -      -    G Duszanowicz 
Comments: Very low over the horizon. No tail visible. Round starlike coma. 
Site: ┼kersberga, Sweden.


Date(UT)  n MM  Mag Ref Aper Type  f    x   dia DC taildg tailpa Observer
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020820.07 &  B  7.1  TT   7    R   -   16    8   5   -      -    G Duszanowicz 
020820.07 &  B  7.2  TT   7    B   -   20    8   5   -      -    G Duszanowicz 
Comments: Very low over the horizon. 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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020818.03 &  B  6.2  TT   7    R   -   16    10  6   -      -    G Duszanowicz 
Comments: Very low over the horizon. 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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020817.98 -  S  6.2  TT   5    B   -    7    15  4   -      -    T Karhula
Comments:  Could not use other instruments fully due to heavy dew.
Site: Virsbo, Sweden.


Date(UT)  n MM  Mag Ref Aper Type  f    x   dia DC taildg tailpa Observer
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020817.02 &  B  6.1  TT   5    B   -    7    10 5/   -      -    G Duszanowicz
Comments: Very low over the horizon. 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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020817.01 -  B  6.2  TT   8    B   -   11    8   6   -      -    J Warell  
Comments: Bright and moderately well condensed comet with much brighter
center. In 22 cm L x50, tail 0.3 deg in PA approx 315. Twilight, clear and 
very transparent sky. Site: Sandvretens observatorium, Sweden.