Astronomical series postcards. Lulin Comet

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On July 11, 2007, Mr. Lin Qisheng and Mr. Ye Quanzhi, a student from Guangzhou University in mainland China The comet was discovered using a 40 cm telescope at the Lulin Observatory.

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Astronomical series postcards. Lulin Comet

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The first comet discovered in Taiwan - Lulin Comet On July 11, 2007, Mr. Lin Qisheng and Mr. Ye Quanzhi, a student from Guangzhou University in mainland China The comet was discovered using a 40 cm telescope at the Lulin Observatory. Near-Earth Asteroid 2007 NL1 was also discovered at this time Lulin Comet is closest to the Earth on February 24, 2009, with the brightest brightness up to 5 In particular, it has produced an antitail "anti-tail" phenomenon. Another dome observatory in the picture is the home of the future of the two-meter telescope. Material | ivory card Size | 14.2x10.5cm - I hope to bring astronomy into everyone's daily life through illustration creation. Make astronomy more intimate and more life-oriented I hope more people can understand astronomical knowledge from the text and embrace the beauty of astronomy. - Origin / manufacturing methods Taiwan

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