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A New Comet In Cassiopeia!

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

Thanks for the useful link, Martin
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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.
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by the way,
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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 (...)

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lee_%28Korean_name%29
(I had some problems transliterating it in Russian, English transliteration isn't much clear too)
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