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English: Orbital diagram for Comet Hale-Bopp. The positions of the comet and the planets are as in April 1, 1997 (at the perihelion). Based on ephemeris data from horizons by NASA
Français : Diagramme de l'orbite de la comète Hale-Bopp. La position de la comète et des planètes sont données au 1er avril 1997, le périhélie. Basé sur les données d'éphémérides de horizons de la NASA
Date Nov 29, 2008
(5 December 2008 (first version); 29 November 2008 (last version))
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