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168P split

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The split fragment is along the line of motion of the comet, not in the tail, though we suspect there are smaller fragments/cloud in that area too. They were unresolved on Friday using the 2m Faulkes scopes when we made the discovery image of the fragmentation, but we're putting FTN back on it this week to monitor what's going on. Great images btw, I think you have caught a hint of it

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