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Comet 2004 XP-14 - 3rd July


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Astrophotographers, mark your calendars. On July 3rd, asteroid 2004 XP14 will fly past Earth barely farther away than the Moon. The 600-meter space rock, glowing like a 12th magnitude star, will glide through the Milky Way in only 4 hours, passing many stars and nebulae along the way

Source: June 18th Page www.spaceweather.com

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