Hyakutake

Hyakutake

(hÿ-ah-koo-tah -kay) (1996 B2) A bright comet that passed within 15 million km of the Earth in 1996, reaching a brightness of zero magnitude.
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If so, then all four such comets for the Northern Hemisphere in the past 50 years were best seen in March and April: Comet Bennett in 1970, Comet West in 1976, Comet Hyakutake in 1996, and Comet Hale-Bopp in 1997.
1996 Comet Hyakutake is discovered by Japanese amateur astronomer Yuji Hyakutake.
Having taken a quarter-century to compile, the project relied on some 40 new sources, most notably the diary and notes of Saburo Hyakutake, an admiral who served as Court Chamberlain from 1936 to 1944.
an associate professor at Kyoto University; Yoshifumi Hyakutake, Ph.
On 18 May 1942 the Kawaguchi Detachment was assigned to the 17th Japanese Army under the command of Lieutenant-General Hyakutake Harukichi (1888-1947), based in Rabaul.
Now, new research carried out by Yoshifumi Hyakutake of Ibaraki University in Japan, suggests that Maldacena's theory could be true.
3] Koji Matsuura, Mami Takenami, Yuka Kuroda, Toru Hyakutake, Shinichiro Yanase, and Keiji Naruse, 2012.
Hyakutake was the name given to which type of heavenly body in 1996?
Produced by Koji Hyakutake, Yuzo Ito, Masahiku Ichiriki, Kazuyoshi Satake.
At the same time, spurred by the sight of the comet Hyakutake one night, Jan Deblieu began a quiet fascination with the night sky.
Before the comet Hyakutake was found in 1996, only five previous comets had been detected, by radar.
Yuji Hyakutake, an amateur Japanese astronomer who discovered ''Comet Hyakutake'' in 1996, died Wednesday evening in Kagoshima Prefecture, southwestern Japan, due to internal bleeding caused by a heart aneurysm, his family said Thursday.