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A New Comet In Cassiopeia!

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Roman White
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« Reply #15 on: April 08, 2009, 08:02:37 pm »

Thanks for the useful link, Martin
On Saturday evening, April 11th, the comet passes just 0.4° south of Schedar (α Cassiopeiae), so they'll be in the same low-power telescopic field.

by the way,
The proper pronunciation of the name " 이 " in South Korea is "E" as in the letter in English -  [i:]
(...) Although in North Korea the name is is still spelt as "리" pronunced as Lee
(...) The name is sometimes also transliterated as Yi (...)
(I had some problems transliterating it in Russian, English transliteration isn't much clear too)
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