Open Access Articles- Top Results for Gunn
Journal of Child and Adolescent BehaviourThe Effects of Noise Disturbed Sleep in Children on Cognitive Development and Long Term Health
Journal of Clinical & Cellular ImmunologyHyaluronan-Binding T Regulatory Cells in Peripheral Blood of Breast Cancer Patients
Journal of Diabetes & MetabolismSerum Leptin is Decreased Thirty Days after Surgery
Journal of Nutrition & Food SciencesEvaluation of Anti-Microbial, Anti-Inflammatory and Anti-Oxidative Properties Artemisia afra, Gunnera perpensa and Eucomis autumnalis
Journal of Plant Biochemistry & PhysiologyIncreasing Circulating Testosterone: Impact of Herbal Dietary Supplements
|Discovered by||James E. Gunn|
|Discovery date||October 17, 1970|
1969 II; 1976 III; 1982 X;|
|Orbital characteristics A|
|Epoch||March 6, 2006|
|Semi-major axis||3.59 AU|
|Orbital period||6.803 a|
March 2, 2010|
May 11, 2003
|Next perihelion||October 16, 2017|
It was discovered on 11 October 1970 by Professor James E. Gunn of Princeton University using the 122-cm Schmidt telescope at the Palomar Observatory. It had a low brightness of magnitude 16 plus which improves to 12 under favourable conditions.
The comet is a short-period comet, orbiting the Sun every 6.79 years inside the main asteroid belt between the orbits of the planets Mars and Jupiter.
- Orbital simulation from JPL (Java) / Horizons Ephemeris
- 65P at Kronk's Cometography
- 65P/Gunn – Seiichi Yoshida @ aerith.net
- 65P at Las Cumbres Observatory (26 Jun 2010 11:16, 150 seconds)
|Periodic comets (by number)|
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