Ikeya-Seki Comet


Ikeya-Seki, Comet (C/1965 S1) Spectacular, bright comet, discovered independently by the Japanese observers Kaoru Ikeya (1943-) and Tsutomu Seki (1930- ) on 1965 September 18. The comet, a KREUTZ SUNGRAZER, reached perihelion on October 21, 0.008 AU (1,200,000 km/750,000 mi) from the Sun. At perihelion, Comet Ikeya-Seki had an estimated peak mag. -10, and could be seen in daylight. During perihelion passage, the nucleus broke into three fragments. The tail reached a maximum length of 60° soon after perihelion and was a spectac ular sight in the pre-dawn sky for observers at southerly latitudes. The orbit is elliptical, with a period of 880 years.

Ikeya Seki Comet
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Vindicte with a Grin Friday, Jul 15, 1966 (TIME MAGAZINE) The actual Ikeya-Seki comet appeared upon Indonesia’s eastern horizon early a single morning last October. In the base…
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