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This image is the sum of 6 - 300 second exposures obtained by
Robert Jedicke with the 0.91-meter Spacewatch telescope of the Univeristy
of Arizona on Kitt Peak on 1994 January 21. In the wide angle view, the
faint dust trails can be faintly seen extending off both ends of the
nuclear train. The 3 straight trails left of the comet are 3 satellites
which traversed the field of view. Approximately 16-17 nuclei can be seen
in the nuclear train and the tails extending from the individual nuclei
can also be seen. The images were co-added by Travis Metcalfe and are
provided curtesy of Jim Scotti.
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