Comet 12P, Pons-Brooks

12P/Pons–Brooks is a periodic comet with an orbital period of 71 years. It fits the classical definition of a Halley-type comet with an orbital period between 20 and 200 years,
and is also one of the brightest 
known periodic comets, reaching an absolute visual magnitude ~5 in its approach to perihelion.
Comet Pons-Brooks was discovered at 
Marseilles Observatory in July 1812 by Jean-Louis Pons, and then later recovered in 1883 by William Robert Brooks.

The next 
perihelion passage is 21 April 2024,[6][a] with closest approach to Earth being 1.55 AU (232 million km) on 2 June 2024.
The comet is expected to brighten to about apparent magnitude 4.5.
comet nucleus is estimated to be around 30 km in diameter assuming it was not producing too much dust and gas during the 2020 photometry.

12P/Pons–Brooks may be the parent body of the weak December κ-Draconids meteor shower
 that is active from about November 29 to December 13..

6 and 12 minutes of 10 seconds images from my front yard with the Seestar S50 with LP filter.
Comet 12P, Pons-Brooks. Unedited straight from the Seestar gallery.

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