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Comet-Halley's-tail-NASA-1986-b&w.jpg(325 × 346 pixels, file size: 30 KB, MIME type: image/jpeg)


English: A photograph of all of Halley's Comet during its pass through the inner Solar System in 1986, including the comet's coma and its head.
Date 1986
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Author NASA


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