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  Comet Halley's nucleus as seen by Giotto

Comet Halley's nucleus as seen by Giotto
Image credit: ESA/MPAe Lindau

Uploader comment: This view of Comet Halley's nucleus was obtained by the Halley Multicolour Camera (HMC) on board the Giotto spacecraft, as it passed within 600 km of the comet nucleus on 13 March 1986.

   

 
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