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    photo of comet Hale-Bopp taken with fuji 800 color film with my OM1 camera in March 1997." Hale-Bopp 1997 by Robert Malinowski


    Comet Hale-Bopp passes near the North America Nebula



    Figure 149: Comets. A) Comet Halley in Milky Way, February 1986; B) Comet Halley, February 1986; C) Comet West, March 1976; D) Comet Kohoutek, June 1973; E) Comet Ikeya-Seki, November 1965; F) Comet West, computer enhanced; G) Comet LINEAR, July 2000; H) Comet Hale-Bopp, March 1997.


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    Hale-Bopp Comet seen through the Keyhole Arch at Monument Rocks Natural Landmark, Kansas, USA. Photo: Doug Zubenel.

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    1997 ~ The last time this Great Comet named after its discoverers, Hale-Bopp, visited our solar system was 2213 B.C. and its next visit, if it doesn't melt, is due 4400 A.D.

    Comet Halley & Milky Way 12th March 1986.


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