Observaciones 2014

Año 2014 – Observaciones Visuales y CCD de Cometas.


P/2014 X1 (Elenin) (1 observación)
2014 Dec. 13.70 UT: m1=16.7 CCD; 0.3-m f/1.5 astrograph + CCD; G. Borisov & T. Prystavski (MARGO – MPC L51, Crimea-Nauchnij) [starlike object]

C/2014 W11 (PANSTARRS) (2 observaciones)
2014 Dec. 22.07 UT: m1=16.7 CCD; [T16] 0.15-m f/7.3 refractor + CCD; A. Novichonok & T. Prystavski (AstroCamp Observatory, I89 remotely from Nerpio, Spain)
2014 Nov. 20.04 UT: m1=18.3: CCD; 0.4-m f/3 reflector + CCD; V. Linkov, K. Polyakov, T. Prystavski (ISON-Kislovodsk Observatory, D00)

C/2014 W2 (PANSTARRS) (1 observación)
2014 Dec. 26.90 UT: m1=16.9 CCD; [T16] 0.15-m f/7.3 refractor + CCD; A. Novichonok & T. Prystavski (AstroCamp Observatory, I89 remotely from Nerpio, Spain)

C/2014 R4 (Gibbs) (4 observaciones)
2014 Nov. 19.44 UT: m1=15.4 CCD, Dia.=0.86′; [T20] 0.1-m f/5.0 astrograph + CCD; A. Novichonok & T. Prystavski (iTelescope observatory, H06, remotely Mayhill, U.S.A.)
2014 Oct. 28.07 UT: m1=15.5, Dia.=0.3’, DC=2; 50.8cm L (351x); Sandor Szabo (Stuhleck, Austria) [Motion was checked during a 15 minutes period]
2014 Oct. 01.46 UT: m1=16.2 CCD, Dia.=0.46′; [T20] 0.1-m f/5.0 astrograph + CCD; A. Novichonok & T. Prystavski (iTelescope observatory, H06 (remotely Mayhill, U.S.A.)
2014 Aug. 20.99 UT: m1=15.3: CCD, Dia.=&1.1′; 0.3-m f/1.5 astrograph + CCD; G. Borisov & T. Prystavski (MARGO – MPC L51, Crimea-Nauchnij)

C/2014 R1 (Borisov) (20 observaciones)
2014 Dec. 20.51 UT: m1=10.6: CCD, Dia.=&4.7′, Tail=13.5′ in PA: 294 deg.; [T20] 0.11-m f/5.0 refractor + CCD; A. Novichonok, T. Prystavski, N. Teymurov (iTelescope observatory, H06 (remotely Mayhill, U.S.A.)
2014 Dec. 20.19 UT: m1=10.9:, Dia.=&1.5′, DC=4; 7.6cm f/4 reflector (38x); Marek Biely (Brno, Czech Republic) [Extremely difficult observation. Visible only thanks to super sky. I needed almost 1 hour to see it. Limit observation]
2014 Dec. 13.09 UT: m1=11.2: CCD, Dia.=3.5′, Tail=11.0′ in PA: 296 deg.; 0.3-m f/1.5 astrograph + CCD; G. Borisov & T. Prystavski (MARGO – MPC L51, Crimea-Nauchnij) [interference by Moon: Moon phase 0.64, altitude 51 deg.]
2014 Nov. 29.81 UT: m1=10.6, Dia.=1.5′, DC=5; 40.0cm L f/4.5 (75x); Seiichi Yoshida (Gunma, Japan)
2014 Nov. 28.51 UT: m1=[11.2, negative; 15cm SCT (75x); Salvador Aguirre (Hermosillo, Sonora, Mexico)
2014 Nov. 26.83 UT: m1=10.7, Dia.=2′.3, DC=4; 25.4cm L f/4 (46x); Katsumi Yoshimoto (Yamaguchi, Japan)
2014 Nov. 25.50 UT: m1=11.2 CCD, Dia.=2.5′, Tail=3.5′ in PA: 301 deg.; [T20] 0.1-m f/5.0 astrograph + CCD; A. Novichonok & T. Prystavski (iTelescope observatory, H06, remotely from Mayhill, U.S.A.)
2014 Nov. 23.52 UT: m1=[11.7, negative; 15cm SCT (75x); Salvador Aguirre (Hermosillo, Sonora, Mexico)
2014 Nov. 21.72 UT: m1=10.9, Dia.=1.5’, DC=2/; 25cm L f:5 (83x); Chris Wyatt (Walcha, NSW, Australia) [Low altitude= 5.6°; Twilight interference, difficult. At x39 the coma enhances using Swan Band filter and was easier to tease out of the twilight using the filter]
2014 Nov. 20.20 UT: m1=11.6, Dia.=1.5′, DC=3, no cola; 20cm SCT (80x); Carlos Labordena (Castellón, España)
2014 Nov. 17.50 UT: m1=[10.8, negative; 15cm SCT (75x); Salvador Aguirre (Hermosillo, Sonora, Mexico)
2014 Nov. 05.15 UT: m1=[10.3, Dia.=1.4′, NEGATIVE; 20×80 B; Marek Biely (Brno, Czech Republic) [Not visible. Fainter than 10.3 mag]
2014 Oct. 30.49 UT: m1=[11.4; 15cm SCT (75x); Salvador Aguirre (Hermosillo, Sonora, Mexico)
2014 Oct. 28.10 UT: m1=11.2, Dia.=2.0’, DC=5; 50.8cm L (189x); Sandor Szabo (Stuhleck, Austria)
2014 Oct. 26.45 UT: m1=11.8, Dia.=1.3′, DC=3; 30.5cm L f/4.9 (188x); Todd Augustyniak (Green River State Wildlife Area, Harmon, Illinois, USA) [Immediately visible; easy to see]
2014 Oct. 25.82 UT: m1=12.0, Dia.=1.3′, DC=2; 40.0cm L (144x); Seiichi Yoshida (Gumma, Japan) [is fairly bright]
2014 Oct. 11.08 UT: m1=12.0: CCD, Dia.=&2.8′, Tail=&8.1′ in PA 294 deg.; 0.3-m f/1.5 astrograph + CCD; G. Borisov & T. Prystavski (MARGO – MPC L51 Crimea-Nauchnij) [interference by full Moon]
2014 Oct. 06.09 UT: m1=12.2 CCD, Dia.=2.8′, Tail=8.6′ in PA: 287 deg.; 0.3-m f/1.5 astrograph + CCD; G. Borisov & T. Prystavski (MARGO – MPC L51, Crimea-Nauchnij)
2014 Oct. 01.49 UT: m1=12.5 CCD, Dia.=1.9′, Tail=&5.0′ in PA: 290 deg.; [T20] 0.1-m f/5.0 astrograph + CCD; A. Novichonok & T. Prystavski (iTelescope observatory, H06, remotely from Mayhill, U.S.A.)
2014 Sep. 06.07 UT: m1=13.2 CCD, Dia.=2.0′, Tail=3.7′ in PA: 284 deg.; 0.3-m f/1.5 astrograph + CCD; G. Borisov & T. Prystavski (MARGO – MPC L51, Crimea-Nauchnij)

C/2014 Q3 (Borisov) (43 observaciones)
2014 Dec. 20.20 UT: m1=[11.4, Dia.=2.6′, NEGATIVE; 7.6cm f/4 L (38x); Marek Biely (Brno, Czech Republic) [Fainter than 11.4 mag. Slight interference of astronomical twilight]
2014 Dec. 13.15 UT: m1=12.4: CCD, Dia.=4.0′; 0.3-m f/1.5 astrograph + CCD; G. Borisov & T. Prystavski (MARGO – MPC L51, Crimea-Nauchnij)
2014 Dec. 08.82 UT: m2=15.8 CCD, Dia.=&3.5′; 0.35-m Schmidt-Cassegrain+f/6 focal reducer+CCD; D. Buczynski & T. Prystavski (Tarbatness Observatory, I81 Portmahomack, Scotland, U.K.) [interference by Moon: Moon phase 0.95, altitude 12 deg.]
2014 Nov. 29.38 UT: m1=12.1, Dia.=2.1′, DC=2; 40.0cm L f/4.5 (75x); Seiichi Yoshida (Gunma, Japan)
2014 Nov. 24.73 UT: m1=10.7, Dia.=6.0′, DC=2/;  12cm R f/5 (20x); Uwe Pilz (Leipzig, Germany)
2014 Nov. 25.67 UT: m2=15.4 CCD, Dia.=&7.2′; 0.3-m f/1.5 astrograph + CCD; G. Borisov & T. Prystavski (MARGO – MPC L51, Crimea-Nauchnij)
2014 Nov. 23.16 UT: m2=15.4 CCD, Dia.=&6.5′; 0.35-m Schmidt-Cassegrain+f/6 focal reducer+CCD; D. Buczynski & T. Prystavski (Tarbatness Observatory, I81, Portmahomack, Scotland, U.K.)
2014 Nov. 23.08 UT: m1=[11.5, negative; 15cm SCT (75x); Salvador Aguirre (Hermosillo, Sonora, Mexico)
2014 Nov. 20.00 UT: m2=15.6 CCD, Dia.=&6.5′; 0.35-m Schmidt-Cassegrain+f/6 focal reducer+CCD; D. Buczynski & T. Prystavski (Tarbatness Observatory, I81, Portmahomack, Scotland, U.K.)
2014 Nov. 18.78 UT: m1=10.8, Dia.=2.5′, DC=3, no cola; 20cm SCT (50x); Carlos Labordena (Castellón, España)
2014 Nov. 17.45 UT: m1=11.0:, Dia.=3′, DC=3/, Tail= Not visible; 15cm SCT (75x); Salvador Aguirre (Hermosillo, Sonora, Mexico)
2014 Nov. 15.77 UT: m1=11.1, Dia.=2′, DC=3, no cola; 20cm SCT (50x); Carlos Labordena (Castellón, España)
2014 Nov. 15.73 UT: m1=13.7; 32cm L f/5 (144x); Uwe Pilz (Leipzig, Germany)
2014 Nov. 14.09 UT: m2=15.2 CCD, Dia.=&7.3′; 0.35-m Schmidt-Cassegrain+f/6 focal reducer+CCD; D. Buczynski & T. Prystavski (Tarbatness Observatory, I81, Portmahomack, Scotland, U.K.)
2014 Nov. 13.74 UT: m1=11.3: CCD, Dia.=&7.2′; 0.3-m f/1.5 astrograph + CCD; G. Borisov & T. Prystavski (MARGO – MPC L51, Crimea-Nauchnij)
2014 Nov. 13.10 UT: m2=15.2 CCD, Dia.=&7.3′; 0.35-m Schmidt-Cassegrain+f/6 focal reducer+CCD; D. Buczynski & T. Prystavski (Tarbatness Observatory, I81, Portmahomack, Scotland, U.K.)
2014 Nov. 09.78 TU: m1=10.9, Dia.=2′, DC=2; 11.4cm L f/8 (45x); Neil Norman (Ipswich, England) [Comet appears small and diffuse. Best seen with averted vision]
2014 Nov. 05.14 UT: m1=10.3:, Dia.=&3′, DC=2; 20×80 B; Marek Biely (Brno, Czech Republic) [Probably in maximal brightness. Very difficult object visible only with averted vision. Limit observation]
2014 Nov. 03.10 UT: m2=15.1 CCD, Dia.=&7.0′; 0.35-m Schmidt-Cassegrain+f/6 focal reducer+CCD; D. Buczynski & T. Prystavski (Tarbatness Observatory, I81, Portmahomack, Scotland, U.K.) [interference by Moon: Moon phase 0.82, altitude 2 deg.]
2014 Nov. 02.17 UT: m1=12.6, Dia.=1.0′, DC=1; 32cm L f/5 (96x); Uwe Pilz (Leipzig, Germany)
2014 Oct. 30.92 TU: m1=10.7, Dia.=2′, DC=3; 11.4cm ref f/8 (45x); Neil Norman (Ipswich, England) [Notable movement over the last two days. Comet diffuse and not easy to see,averted vision was required]
2014 Oct. 30.48 UT: m1=11.0, Dia.=4′, DC=1/, Tail= Not visible; 15cm SCT (75x); Salvador Aguirre (Hermosillo, Sonora, Mexico)
2014 Oct. 29.00 UT: m2=14.7 CCD, Dia.=&6.3′; 0.35-m Schmidt-Cassegrain+f/6 focal reducer+CCD; D. Buczynski & T. Prystavski (Tarbatness Observatory, I81, Portmahomack, Scotland, U.K.)
2014 Oct. 28.90 UT: m1=11.1:, Dia.=&2.5′, DC=2/; 7.6cm L f/4 (38x); Marek Biely (Brno, Czech Republic) [Unexpectedly already visible. But it is so faint, I needed about 20 minutes to see it. Limit observation]
2014 Oct. 28.04 UT: m1=11.2, Dia.=2.5’, DC=4; 50.8cm L (189x); Sandor Szabo (Stuhleck, Austria)
2014 Oct. 27.82 TU: m1=11.1, Dia.=2, DC=3; 11.4cm L f/8 (45x); Neil Norman (Ipswich, England)
2014 Oct. 26.98 UT: m1=11.5: CCD, Dia.=&6.3′; 0.3-m f/1.5 astrograph + CCD; G. Borisov & T. Prystavski (MARGO – MPC L51, Crimea-Nauchnij)
2014 Oct. 26.42 UT: m1=11.1, Dia.=3.5′, DC=2/; 30.5cm L f/4.9 (150x); Todd Augustyniak (Green River State Wildlife Area, Harmon, Illinois, USA) [Rather diffuse with a sizeable coma visible; really jumps out with averted vision]
2014 Oct. 25.75 UT: m1=12.0, Dia.=1.9′, DC=3; 40.0cm L (75x); Seiichi Yoshida (Gumma, Japan) [is fairly bright]
2014 Oct. 24.88 UT: m2=15.1 CCD, Dia.=&6.2′; 0.35-m Schmidt-Cassegrain+f/6 focal reducer+CCD; D. Buczynski & T. Prystavski (Tarbatness Observatory, I81, Portmahomack, Scotland, U.K.)
2014 Oct. 24.82 UT: m1=10.7, Dia.=2.5′, DC=3; 15cm R f/5 (38x); Maik Meyer (Frauenstein, Erzgebirge Mts., Germany) [no enhancement using a Lumicon Swan Band filter]
2014 Oct. 20.83 UT: m2=15.3 CCD, Dia.=&5.4′; 0.3-m f/1.5 astrograph + CCD; G. Borisov & T. Prystavski (MARGO – MPC L51 Crimea-Nauchnij)
2014 Oct. 19.03 UT: m1=12.2: CCD, Dia.=&3.5′; 0.35-m Schmidt-Cassegrain+f/6 focal reducer+CCD; D. Buczynski & T. Prystavski (Tarbatness Observatory, I81, Portmahomack, Scotland, U.K.)
2014 Oct. 18.75 UT: m1=13.8, Dia.=0.6’, DC=3; 50.8cm L (189x); Sandor Szabo (Sopron, Hungary)
2014 Oct. 16.00 UT: m1=12.2: CCD, Dia.=&3.5′; 0.35-m Schmidt-Cassegrain+f/6 focal reducer+CCD; D. Buczynski & T. Prystavski (Tarbatness Observatory, I81, Portmahomack, Scotland, U.K.) [Moon phase 0.48, altitude +12 deg; coma diameter can be underestimated]
2014 Oct. 12.02 UT: m1=13.1: CCD, Dia.=&2.2′; 0.3-m f/1.5 astrograph + CCD; G. Borisov & T. Prystavski (MARGO – MPC L51 (Crimea-Nauchnij) [Moon phase 0.85, altitude +63 deg; coma diameter can be underestimated]
2014 Oct. 06.04 UT: m1=12.1: CCD, Dia.=&5.1′; 0.3-m f/1.5 astrograph + CCD; G. Borisov & T. Prystavski (MARGO – MPC L51, Crimea-Nauchnij)
2014 Oct. 04.01 UT: m1=14.9, Dia.=0.6′, DC=4/; 35cm L (239x); Jakub Cerny (Zachotin, Czech Republic)
2014 Sep. 30.33 UT: m1=12.6: CCD, Dia.=&3.0′; [T12] 0.11m f/5.0 refractor + CCD; A. Novichonok & T. Prystavski (iTelescope observatory, Q62, remotely from Siding Spring, Australia)
2014 Sep. 29.92 UT: m1=12.0: CCD, Dia.=&5′; 0.3-m f/1.5 astrograph + CCD; G. Borisov & T. Prystavski (MARGO – MPC L51, Crimea-Nauchnij)
2014 Sept. 28.23 UT: m1=15.7, DC=3; Visual 36″ F/3.5; Jean-François Viens (Cd’OA des Monts Notre-Dame, Québec, Canada)
2014 Sep. 01.47 UT: m1=16.0 CCD, Dia.=0.33′; 0.51-m f/4.5 reflector + CCD; A. Novichonok & T. Prystavski (iTelescope observatory, H06, remotely from Mayhill, U.S.A.)
2014 Aug. 23.01 UT: m1=16.1 CCD, Dia.=0.5′; 0.3-m f/1.5 astrograph + CCD; G. Borisov & T. Prystavski (MARGO – MPC L51, Crimea-Nauchnij)

C/2014 Q2 (Lovejoy) (235 observaciones)
2014 Dec. 31.82 UT: m1=5.0, Dia.=20′, DC=4/; 15×70 B; Danil Sidorko (Korenovsk, Russia)
2014 Dec. 31.12 UT: m1=4.7, Dia.=20′, DC=5/; 7×50 B; Marco Antonio Coelho Goiato (Araçatuba, Brazil) [moonlight, clouds]
2014 Dec. 31.05 UT: m1=5.0, Dia.=–, DC=8; Naked eye; Alexandre Amorim (Florianopolis, Brazil) [nebulosity and monnlight]
2014 Dec. 31.04 UT: m1=4.9, Dia.=15′, DC=7; 3×27 monocular; Alexandre Amorim (Florianopolis, Brazil) [nebulosity and monnlight]
2014 Dec. 31.00 UT: m1=4.7, Dia.=15′, DC=4; 7×50 B; Jesús Guerrero (Barquisimeto, Venezuela)
2014 Dec. 30.94 UT: m1=4.4, Dia.=10′, DC=6; 15×70 B; Francisco Rodríguez-Bergali (Sevilla, Spain) [Tail not visible]
2014 Dec. 30.21 UT: m1=4.8, Dia.=20′, DC=5; 15×70 B; Willian Souza (Orlando, FL, USA)
2014 Dec. 30.17 UT: m1=4.9, Dia.=18′, DC=4/; 7×50 B; Salvador Aguirre (Hermosillo, Sonora, Mexico)
2014 Dec. 30.13 UT: m1=5.0:, Dia.=18′, DC=4/; 7×50 B; Salvador Aguirre (Hermosillo, Sonora, Mexico)
2014 Dec. 30.04 UT: m1=4.9, Dia.=–, DC=8; Naked eye; Alexandre Amorim (Florianopolis, Brazil) [nebulosity and monnlight]
2014 Dec. 30.04 UT: m1=5.0, Dia.=15′, DC=4; 10×50 B; Alexandre Amorim (Florianopolis, Brazil) [nebulosity and monnlight]
2014 Dec. 29.998 UT: m1=5.5, Dia.=10′, DC=2; 11×80 B; Faustino García (La Vara, Valdés, España)
2014 Dec. 29.97 UT: m1=4.8, Dia.=30′, DC=9; 10×50 B; J. P. Navarro Pina [El Palmar, Murcia, Spain]
2014 Dec. 29.96 UT: m1=4.8, Dia.=14′, DC=5; 10×50 B; Neil Norman (Ipswich, England) [Despite a 63% illuminated Moon,the comet was easily seen, if anything, it looked bigger and brighter ! No colouration was noted tonight]
2014 Dec. 29.91 UT: m1=4.9, Dia.=7′, DC=7; 15×70 B; Francisco Rodríguez-Bergali (Sevilla, Spain) [Tail not visible]
2014 Dec. 29.88 UT: m1=5.2*, Dia.=12′, DC=4; 20×80 B; Marek Biely (Brno, Czech Republic) [Low altitude: 16,2 deg. above the horizon. Easy to find even without a finding chart. Coma is green, large and moderately condensed. Corrected for an atmospheric extinction according to winter ICQ extinction table. Slight interference of moonlight]
2014 Dec. 29.65 UT: m1=4.9, Dia.=-, DC=-; Naked eye; Rob Kaufman (Bright, Victoria, Australia) [Appearance of a faint fuzzy star that could be held easily in direct vision. No tail visible. Comet altitude 62 degrees]
2014 Dec. 29.63 UT: m1=4.6, Dia.=20’, DC=6; Naked eye; Chris Wyatt (Walcha, NSW, Australia) [Appears as a round diffuse patch of light with bright stellar centre, enhances strongly using Swan Band filter. The comet was also visible naked eye earlier in the evening at 29.44 UT but under strong Moonlight interference]
2014 Dec. 29.62 UT: m1=4.9, Dia.=25’, DC=5; 7×50 B; Chris Wyatt (Walcha, NSW, Australia) [Narrow tail visible 1.6° in length in PA 024°; Coma large with diffuse outer edges and a well condensed centre although not stellar. Enhances well in Swan Band filter]
2014 Dec. 29.47 UT: m1=5.5, Dia.=14′, DC=5; 11×80 B; Angelito Sing (Makati, Philippines) [Comet looks the same as last night maybe due to hazy skies and bright moon]
2014 Dec. 29.20 UT: m1=4.9, Dia.=20′, DC=5; 15×70 B; Willian Souza (Orlando, FL, USA)
2014 Dec. 29.17 UT: m1=4.8, Dia.=18′, DC=4/, Tail= 1 deg. in PA: 335 deg.; 7×50 B; Salvador Aguirre (Hermosillo, Sonora, Mexico)
2014 Dec. 29.17 UT: m1=4.9, Dia.=15′, DC=5; 20×50 B; Luis Mansilla (Rosario, Argentina)
2014 Dec. 29.15 UT: m1=4.6; naked eye; José G. de S. Aguiar (Buenos Aires, Argentina)
2014 Dec. 29.12 UT: m1=6.5, Dia.=10′, DC=4, Cola= No Visible; 11.4cm L f/7.9 (32x); Jorge Salas (San Diego, Venezuela)
2014 Dec. 29.10 UT: m1=4.9, Dia.=12′, DC=5; 10×50 B; Mariano Ribas (Buenos Aires, Argentina)
2014 Dec. 29.08 UT: m1=5.4, Dia.=12′, DC=4, Cola= no visible; 7×50 B; Raúl Salvo (Uruguay)
2014 Dec. 28.99 UT: m1=4.9, Dia.=8′, DC5; 12×50 B; Giuseppe Pappa (Sicily, Italy)
2014 Dec. 28.98 UT: m1=5.5, Dia.=12′, DC=5, no cola; 8cm B(11x); Carlos Labordena (Castellón, España)
2014 Dec. 28.97 UT: m1=5.0, Dia.=11′, DC=4; 10×50 B; Neil Norman (Ipswich, England) [Comet large and diffuse but easily found in binoculars. Noted a green colouration in the coma]
2014 Dec. 28.94 UT: m1=4.9, Dia.=7′, DC=7; 15×70 B; Francisco Rodríguez-Bergali (Sevilla, Spain) [Tail not visible]
2014 Dec. 28.92 UT: m1=5.0, Dia.=12′, DC=4/; 10×50 B; Maik Meyer (Limburg, Germany)
2014 Dec. 28.84 UT: m1=5,0, Dia.=5′, DC5; 12×50 B; Giuseppe Pappa (Sicily, Italy)
2014 Dec. 28.83 UT: m1=5,0, Dia.=8′, DC5; 300mm lens ccd camera; Giuseppe Pappa (Sicily, Italy)
2014 Dec. 28.55 UT: m1=5.5, Dia.=14′, DC=5; 11×80 B; Angelito Sing (Makati, Philippines) [Coma has a detectable greenish hue!]
2014 Dec. 28.19 UT: m1=4.9, Dia.=18´, DC=4/, Tail= Not visible; 7×50 B; Salvador Aguirre (Hermosillo, Sonora, Mexico)
2014 Dec. 28.17 UT: m1=4.9, Dia.=20′, DC=6, Tail= 2º in PA: 15°; 7×50 B; Marco Antonio Coelho Goiato (Araçatuba, Brazil) [Visible with naked eye]
2014 Dec. 28.11 UT: m1=5.1, Dia.=–, DC=8; naked eye; Alexandre Amorim (Florianopolis, Brazil)
2014 Dec. 28.08 UT: m1=5.1, Dia.=15′, DC=4; 10×50 B; Alexandre Amorim (Florianopolis, Brazil)
2014 Dec. 28.05 UT: m1=5.0, Dia.=12′, DC=5, Cola no visible; 10×50 B; Mariano Ribas (Buenos Aires, Argentina) [Ligera interferencia lunar. Cielo urbano: NELM 4.5. Método In-Out]
2014 Dec. 28.003 UT: m1=5.3, Dia.=9′, DC=4; 10×50 B; Neil Norman (Ipswich, England) [The comet was just 10 degrees “up” when the observation was made and with a layer of cloud that only moved literally for 30 seconds to get the observation. Outer coma large and diffuse but condensing nicely to a strong central point. Looking forward to a higher elevation over the next few days to come]
2014 Dec. 27.52 UT: m1=5.9, Dia.=12′, DC=5; 11×80 B; Angelito Sing (Makati, Philippines) [Clear skies finally]
2014 Dec. 27.31 UT: m1=5.0, Dia.=18′, DC=4/, Tail= Not visible; 7×50 B; Salvador Aguirre (Hermosillo, Sonora, Mexico)
2014 Dec. 27.17 UT: m1=5.0, Dia.=20′, DC=6; Tail= 2º in PA: 0°; 7×50 B; Marco Antonio Coelho Goiato (Araçatuba, Brazil) [Visible with naked eye; second tail by using the 20×100 B, with 40 arcmin in PA: 310 deg.]
2014 Dec. 27.08 UT: m1=5.1, Dia.=10′, DC=5, Cola= no visible; 10×50 B; Mariano Ribas (Buenos Aires, Argentina) [Coma ligeramente más concentrada que hace una semana. Observación en cielo urbano con apreciable contaminación luminosa: NELM 4.6. Método In-Out]
2014 Dec. 26.95 UT: m1=5.1, Dia.=6′, DC=7; 15×70 B; Francisco Rodríguez-Bergali (Sevilla, Spain) [Tail not visible]
2014 Dec. 26.91 UT: m1=5.0, Dia.=10′, Tail= 0.42 deg. PA: 180°; 12cm R f/5 (40x); Uwe Pilz (Leipzig, Germany)
2014 Dec. 26.89 UT: m1=5.3, Dia.=10′, DC=9; 10×50 B; J. P. Navarro Pina (Bullas, Murcia, Spain)
2014 Dec. 26.87 UT: m1=5.5, Dia.=10.5′, DC=5; 20×80 B; Marek Biely (Brno, Czech Republic) [Very low altitude: 9,7 deg. above the horizon. Despite that very easily visible. Correction for an atmospheric extinction was not needed. Slight interference of heavy snow clouds]
2014 Dec. 26.86 UT: m1=5.7:, Dia.=&8′, DC=3/; 8×30 B; Marek Biely (Brno, Czech Republic) [Very low altitude: 8,5 deg. above the horizon. In this tool it is extremely difficult object. Correction for an atmospheric extinction was not needed. Slight interference of heavy snow clouds. Limit observation]
2014 Dec. 26.60 UT: m1=5.3, Dia= -; DC=5; 10cm L (20x); Andrew Pearce (Nedlands, Western Australia]
2014 Dec. 26.50 UT: m1=5.1; Naked Eye; Rob Kaufman (Bright, Victoria, Australia) [Appearance of a faint fuzzy star that could be held in direct vision. No tail visible. 5-day old waxing crescent Moon at 5-deg altitude, NELM 6.0 at zenith. Comet altitude 70 degrees]
2014 Dec. 26.41 UT: m1=5.1, Dia.=15′, DC=5; 12×50 B; Paul Camilleri (Warners Bay, NSW, Australia)
2014 Dec. 26.30 UT: m1=5.0; Naked eye; Man-To Hui (Joshua Tree National Park, CA, USA)
2014 Dec. 26.30 UT: m1=5.1, Dia.=19′, DC=6, Tail= 2 deg. PA: 19 deg.; 20×80 B; Man-To Hui (Joshua Tree National Park, CA, USA)
2014 Dec. 26.23 UT: m1=5.2, Dia.=10′, DC=5; 10×50 B; Mariano Ribas (Buenos Aires, Argentina)
2014 Dec. 26.22 UT: m1=5.3, Dia.=20′, DC=5; 15×70 B; Willian Souza (Orlando, FL, USA)
2014 Dec. 26.20 UT: m1=5.2, Dia.=18′, DC=4/, Tail= Not visible;  7×50 B; Salvador Aguirre (Hermosillo, Sonora, Mexico)
2014 Dec. 26.13 UT: m1=5.0; naked eye; Luis Mansilla (Rosario, Argentina) (averted vision)
2014 Dec. 26.12 UT: m1=5.0, Dia.=20′, DC=5; 10×25 monocular; Luis Mansilla (Rosario, Argentina) [low light pollution condition]
2014 Dec. 26.04 UT: m1=5.3, Dia.=15′, DC=5; 7×50 B; A. Gonzalo Vargas (Cochabamba, Bolivia)
2014 Dec. 26.04 UT: m1=5.2, Dia.=20′, DC=5; 7×50 B; Marco Antonio Coelho Goiato (Araçatuba, Brazil) [clouds ]
2014 Dec. 26.03 UT: m1=5.2, Dia.=15′, DC=4/; 20×50 B; Luis Mansilla (Rosario, Argentina) [moonlight]
2014 Dec. 25.96 UT: m1=5.8, Dia.=7′, DC=4; 15×80 B; Alex Scholten (Eerbeek, Netherlands) (altitude 8 degrees)
2014 Dec. 25.59 UT: m1=5.1; Naked Eye; Rob Kaufman (Bright, Victoria, Australia) [Appearance of a faint fuzzy star that could be held easily in direct vision, separable from adjacent mag 6.6 star. No tail visible. Movement noted over course of night.  NELM 6.8 at zenith.  Comet altitude 83 degrees]
2014 Dec. 25.25 UT: m1=5.2:, Dia.=20′, DC=5; 7×50 B; Marco Antonio Coelho Goiato (Araçatuba, Brazil) [Clouds]
2014 Dec. 25.20 UT: m1=5.1, Dia.=15′, DC=4/; 11×80 B; José G. de S. Aguiar (Campinas, Brasil)
2014 Dec. 24.46 UT: m1=5.3; Naked eye; David A. J. Seargent (Cowra, NSW, Australia)
2014 Dec. 24.09 UT: m1=5.4, Dia.=10′, DC=4; 10×50 B; Mariano Ribas (Buenos Aires, Argentina)
2014 Dec. 24.05 UT: m1=5.5 CCD, Dia.=8′, DC=6; 300mm lens ccd camera; (Giuseppe Pappa (Sicily, Italy)
2014 Dec. 23.98 UT: m1=5.7, Dia.=12′, DC=3; 10×50 B; J. P. Navarro Pina (El Palmar, Murcia, Spain)
2014 Dec. 23.30 UT: m1=5.4, Dia=&20´, DC=4/, Tail: Not visible; 7×50 B; Salvador Aguirre (Hermosillo, Sonora, Mexico)
2014 Dec. 23.13 UT: m1=5.5 Dia.=14’, DC=4, Cola: no visible; 10×50 B; Alberto Anunziato (Paraná, Argentina)
2014 Dec. 23.12 UT: m1=5.5, Dia.=10′, DC=4/; 10×50 B; Mariano Ribas (Buenos Aires, Argentina)
2014 Dec. 23.09 UT: m1=5.5, Dia.=15’, DC=4; 10×50 B; Jorge Solano (Montesano Z16, Ciudad de Guatemala, Guatemala)
2014 Dec. 23.083 UT: m1=5.6, Dia.=10′, DC=5, Cola: no visible; 7×50 B; Raúl Salvo (Uruguay)
2014 Dec. 22.56 UT: m1=6.0, Dia.=11′, DC=4; 11X80 B; Angelito Sing (Makati, Philippines) [Seen through breaks in the cloudy skies]
2014 Dec. 22.28 UT: m1=5.4, Dia=&20´, DC=3/, Tail= Not visible; 7×50 B: Salvador Aguirre (Hermosillo, Sonora, Mexico)
2014 Dec. 22.06 UT: m1=5.5, Dia.=15′, DC=3; 7×50 B; A. Gonzalo Vargas (Cochabamba, Bolivia)
2014 Dec. 21.61 UT: m1=5.6, Dia.=10′, DC=3; naked eye; Rob Kaufman (Bright, Victoria, Australia) [Tiny, round, dim patch that could be held in direct vision. No tail visible. NELM 6.5. Comet altitude 86 degrees]
2014 Dec. 21.47 UT: m1=5.5; naked eye; David A. J. Seargent (Cowra, NSW, Australia) [Tail again visible in 25×100 binocular]
2014 Dec. 21.44 UT: m1=5.6, Dia.=15′, DC=5; 20×80 B; Paul Camilleri (Warners Bay, NSW, Australia)
2014 Dec. 21.29 UT: m1=5.5, Dia.=18′, DC=5; 7×50 B; Marco Antonio Coelho Goiato (Araçatuba, Brazil) [clouds]
2014 Dec. 21.09 UT: m1=5.0, Dia.=12′, DC=4, Tail= Not visible; 10×50 B; José J. Chambó (Benali, Valencia, España)
2014 Dec. 21.05 UT: m1=5.3, Dia.=10′, DC=5, Tail= 30’ in PA: 348°; 20×60 B; José J. Chambó (Benali, Valencia, España)
2014 Dec. 20.46 UT: m1=5.5; 2.5×25 B; David A. J. Seargent (Cowra, NSW, Australia) [faint narrow tail to NW, approx 0.5 degrees quite clear with averted vision]
2014 Dec. 20.35 UT: m1=5.4, Dia=&20´, DC=3/, Tail= Not visible; 7×50 B; Salvador Aguirre (Hermosillo, Sonora, Mexico)
2014 Dec. 20.10 UT: m1=5.6, Dia.=10′, DC=4; 10×50 B; Mariano Ribas (Buenos Aires, Argentina)
2014 Dec. 20.09 UT: m1=6.1, Dia.=9′, DC:-, Tail= not visible; 7×50; Raúl Salvo (Montevideo, Uruguay)
2014 Dec. 20.08 UT: m1=6.2, Dia.=2.5′, DC=1; 15cm L f/7.5 (63x); Carlos Lobato (San José de Carrasco, Uruguay)
2014 Dec. 20.01 UT: m1=5.8, Dia.=15′, DC=5, no cola; 11×80 B; Carlos Labordena (Castellón, España)
2014 Dec. 20.00 UT: m1=6.1, Dia.=17′, DC=5, no cola; 20cm SCT (50x); Carlos Labordena (Castellón, España)
2014 Dec. 20.00 UT: m1=5.6, Dia.=20′, DC=5, Tail= 1 degree in PA: 340º; 7×50 B; Marco Antonio Coelho Goiato (Araçatuba, Brazil) [By using the 20×100 binoculars there is a second tail, with 30 arcmin in PA: 300º]
2014 Dec. 19.95 UT: m1=6.0, Dia.=15′, DC=6; 10×50 B; J. P. Navarro Pina (Cristo del Carrascalejo, Bullas, Murcia, Spain)
2014 Dec. 19.71 UT: m1=5.6, Dia.=13′, DC=4/; 20×80 B; Paul Camilleri (Warners Bay, NSW, Australia)
2014 Dec. 19.47 UT: m1=5.7; naked eye; David A. J. Seargent (Cowra, NSW, Australia)
2014 Dec. 19.36 UT: m1=5.4, Dia.=&20′, DC=3/, Tail= Not visible; 7×50 B; Salvador Aguirre (Hermosillo, Sonora, Mexico)
2014 Dec. 19.10 UT: m1=5.6, Dia.=16′, DC=5; 7×50 B; Marco Antonio Coelho Goiato (Araçatuba, Brazil) [Clouds]
2014 Dec. 19.09 UT: m1=5.7, Dia.=14’, DC=4, Cola: no visible; 10×50 B; Alberto Anunziato (Paraná, Argentina)
2014 Dec. 19.08 UT: m1=5.8, Dia.=10’, DC=4; 10×50 B; Mariano Ribas (Buenos Aires, Argentina)
2014 Dec. 19.03 UT: m1=5.7, Dia.=18′, DC=7; 3×27 monocular; Alexandre Amorim (Florianopolis, Brazil)
2014 Dec. 18.99 UT: m1=5.7, Dia.=–, DC=1; 10×50 B; Martha B. de Lima (Florianopolis, Brazil)
2014 Dec. 18.98 UT: m1=6.5, Dia.=12′, DC=3; 10×50 B; J.  P. Navarro Pina (El Palmar, Murcia, Spain)
2014 Dec. 18.69 UT: m1=5.7, Dia.=13′, DC=4; 20×80 B; Paul Camilleri (Warners Bay, NSW, Australia)
2014 Dec. 18.61 UT: m1=6.3, Dia.=11′, DC=3; 11×80 B; Angelito Sing (Makati, Philippines)
2014 Dec. 18.50 UT: m1=6.2, Dia.=12’, DC=5, Tail= 30’ in PA: 347°; NE and 11×80 B; John Drummond (Gisborne, New Zealand)
2014 Dec. 18.21 UT: m1=5.8, Dia.=15’, DC=4; 10×50 B; Jorge Solano (Montesano Z16, Ciudad de Guatemala)
2014 Dec. 18.12 UT: m1=5.6, Dia.=8′, DC=4; 8cm R f/6 (18x); Mariano Ribas (Buenos Aires, Argentina)
2014 Dec. 18.06 UT: m1=6.0, Dia.=8′, DC=-, Cola: no visible; 7×50 B; Raúl Salvo (Uruguay)
2014 Dec. 18.00 UT: m1=5.7, Dia.=16′, DC=5; 7×50 B; Marco Antonio Coelho Goiato (Araçatuba, Brazil) [Clouds]
2014 Dec. 17.56 UT: m1=~6.4, Dia.=11′; 11×80 B;  Angelito Sing (Makati, Philippines) [Observed the comet for only a few minutes in between break in the extremely cloudy and hazy skies]
2014 Dec. 17.44 UT: m1=5.8, Dia.=18’, DC=5/; 10×50 B; Chris Wyatt (Walcha, NSW, Australia) [Coma edges diffuse and transparent gradually brightening to bright inner coma, not quite stellar. Short coma extension visible to the North approximately; close to mag 7.8 star 9.7’ away in PA: 044°]
2014 Dec. 17.34 UT: m1=5.5, Dia=&20´, DC=3/, Tail: Not visible; 7×50 B; Salvador Aguirre (Hermosillo, Sonora, Mexico)
2014 Dec. 17.063 UT: m1=6.5, Dia.=22´, DC=-, Cola: no visible; 7×50 B; Raúl Salvo (Uruguay)
2014 Dec. 16.70 UT: m1=5.6, Dia.=12′, DC=4/; 20×80 B; Paul Camilleri (Warners Bay, NSW, Australia)
2014 Dec. 16.61 UT: m1=6.5, Dia.=7.0’, DC=6; 10×50 B; Rob Kaufman (Bright, Victoria, Australia) [ Coma brightens towards star-like central condensation. No tail visible.  Comet visible naked-eye at limit of vision in NELM 6.3.  Comet altitude 79 degrees, some smoke in air]
2014 Dec. 16.26 UT: m1=6.5, Dia.=15′, DC=5; 15×70 B; Willian Souza (Orlando, FL, USA)
2014 Dec. 16.12 UT: m1=5.8, Dia.=15′, DC=5, Tail= 40 arcmin in PA: 340º; 7×50 B; Marco Antonio Coelho Goiato (Araçatuba, Brazil) [By using the 20×100 binoculars there is a second tail, with 20 arcmin in PA: 260º]
2014 Dec. 16.01 UT: m1=6.2; 7cm R (28x); Margarete J. Amorim (Florianopolis, Brazil)
2014 Dec. 16.00 UT: m1=6.1, Dia.=–, DC=8; 3×27 monocular; Alexandre Amorim (Florianopolis, Brazil)
2014 Dec. 15.58 UT: m1=5.7; naked eye; Paul Camilleri (Warners Bay, NSW, Australia)
2014 Dec. 15.58 UT: m1=5.8, Dia.=12′, DC=4; 20×80 B; Paul Camilleri (Warners Bay, NSW, Australia)
2014 Dec. 15.46 UT: m1=6.0, Dia.=16’, DC=5/; 7×50 B; Chris Wyatt (Walcha, NSW, Australia] [Coma has diffuse edges, bright inner coma. Faint tail visible 11’ in length in PA 341°; Visible to naked eye but close to bright stars. Enhances strongly in Swan Band filter]
2014 Dec. 15.45 UT: m1=5.4; Naked eye; David A. J. Seargent (Cowra, NSW, Australia)
2014 Dec. 15.36 UT: m1=5.6, Dia.=23´, DC=3/, Tail: Not visible; 7×50 B; Salvador Aguirre (Hermosillo, Sonora, Mexico)
2014 Dec. 15.06 UT: m1=5.9, Dia.=15′, DC=5, Tail= 40 arcmin in PA: 340º; 7×50 B; Marco Antonio Coelho Goiato (Araçatuba, Brazil) [By using the 20×100 binoculars I had the impression of a second tail, with 20 arcmin in PA: 270º (dust tail ?)]
2014 Dec. 15.00 UT: m1=6.0, Dia.=–, DC=8; 3×27 monocular; Alexandre Amorim (Florianopolis, Brazil)
2014 Dec. 14.59 UT: m1=5.7; naked eye; Paul Camilleri (Warners Bay, NSW, Australia)
2014 Dec. 14.59 UT: m1=5.8, Dia.=12′, DC=5; 20×80 B; Paul Camilleri (Warners Bay, NSW, Australia)
2014 Dec. 14.46 UT: m1=5.5; Naked eye; David A. J. Seargent (Cowra, NSW, Australia)
2014 Dec. 14.43 UT: m1=5.7, Dia.=16’, DC=2; naked eye; Chris Wyatt (Walcha, NSW, Australia) [Naked eye; appears as a small smudge of light with a definite hint of brightening to centre. Easily picked up using averted vision and then able to be seen using direct vision. Strongly enhances using Swan Band filter. No tail. Limiting magnitude naked eye = 6.3+. Checking charts the comet is close to a mag 7.4 star, 3.2’ away in PA 270°, but this does not appear to affect the naked eye view]
2014 Dec. 14.26 UT: m1=6.5, Dia.=8′, DC=5; 10×50 B; Alexandre Amorim (Florianopolis, Brazil) [moonlight]
2014 Dec. 14.16 UT: m1=6.5, Dia.=12’, DC=4, Tail: no visible; 25cm SCT (40x); Alberto Anunziato (Oro Verde, Argentina)
2014 Dec. 14.14 UT: m1=6.0, Dia.=14′, DC=5; 7×50 B; Marco Antonio Coelho Goiato (Araçatuba, Brazil) [star with m1: 7.78 “inside” the coma]
2014 Dec. 14.04 UT: m1=6.6, Dia.=8′, DC=5; 8cm R f/7.5 (26x); Willian Souza (Sao Paulo, Brazil)
2014 Dec. 13.54 UT: m1=6.9, Dia.=-, DC=5; 10cm L (20x); Andrew Pearce (Nedlands, W. Australia)
2014 Dec. 13.47 UT: m1=6.1: Naked eye; David A. J. Seargent (Cowra, NSW, Australia)
2014 Dec. 13.43 UT: m1=6.2; 2×25 B; David A. J. Seargent (Cowra, NSW, Australia) [With 25×100 B: Dia.=12, DC=6]
2014 Dec. 13.41 UT: m1=6.5, Dia.=10.0’, DC=6; 10×50 B; Rob Kaufman (Bright, Victoria, Australia) [Brighter coma 6’ diam brightening towards star-like central condensation. Outer coma faint. No tail visible. Comet visible naked-eye at limit of vision in NELM 6.8-6.9. Comet altitude 46 degrees]
2014 Dec. 12.54 UT: m2=10.7 CCD, Dia.=&14.3′, Tail=&28.2′ in PA: 329 deg.; [T12]0.11m f/5.0 refractor + CCD; A. Novichonok & T. Prystavski (iTelescope observatory, Q62 remotely from Siding Spring, Australia)
2014 Dec. 12.37 UT: m1=[5.8, negative; 7×50 B; Salvador Aguirre (Hermosillo, Sonora, Mexico)
2014 Dec. 11.54 UT: m1=7.0, Dia.=-, DC=5; 10cm L (20x); Andrew Pearce (Nedlands, W. Australia)
2014 Dec. 11.48 UT: m1=[5.8, negative: 7×50 B; Salvador Aguirre (Hermosillo, Sonora, Mexico)
2014 Dec. 11.46 UT: m1=6.6; 2×25 B; David A. J. Seargent (Cowra, NSW, Australia)
2014 Dec. 11.27 UT: m1=6.5, Dia.=10′, DC=4; 10×50 B; Alexandre Amorim (Florianopolis, Brazil) [moonlight]
2014 Dec. 10.54 UT: m1=7.0, Dia.=-, DC=4/; 10cm L (20x); Andrew Pearce (Nedlands, W. Australia)
2014 Dec. 10.18 UT: m1=6.4, Dia.=12′, DC=5/; 7×50 B; Marco Antonio Coelho Goiato (Araçatuba, Brazil) [moonlight, clouds]
2014 Dec. 09.56 UT: m1=7.1, Dia.=-, DC=4/; 10cm L (20x); Andrew Pearce (Nedlands, W. Australia)
2014 Dec. 09.50 UT: m1=6.7, Dia.=9.5′, DC 5/; 11×70 B; Con Stoitsis (Caulfield Victoria, Australia) [Comet has brightened significantly from my previous observation. Dia measurement is uncertain?. No tail visible in 70mm binos]
2014 Dec. 09.46 UT: m1=6.8, Dia.=8; 6×35 B; David A. J. Seargent (Cowra, NSW, Australia) [Very pronounced non-stellar centr condensation in 25x100B.
2014 Dec. 09.44 UT: m1=7.2, Dia.=16’, DC=4/; 7×50 B; Chris Wyatt (Walcha, NSW, Australia) [Outer coma diffuse and transparent, inner coma small and bright with moderately condensed centre; no tail. Altitude = 27.9°. Observation from backyard in town, slight interference from light pollution, limiting mag 6+at Zenith]
2014 Dec. 08.03 UT: m1=7.0:; 7cm R (28x); Alexandre Amorim (Florianopolis, Brazil) [moonlight]
2014 Dec. 07.29 UT: m1=7.0, Dia.=6’, DC=5, Cola: no visible; 25cm SCT (62x); Alberto Anunziato (Oro Verde, Argentina)
2014 Dec. 06.15 UT: m1=6.9, Dia.=10′, DC=4; 7×50 B; Marco Antonio Coelho Goiato (Araçatuba, Brazil) [moonlight]
2014 Dec. 06.14 UT: m1=7.0, Dia.=8′, DC=5; 20×100 B; Marco Antonio Coelho Goiato (Araçatuba, Brazil) [moonlight]
2014 Dec. 05.28 UT: m1=7.2, Dia.=8′, DC=3; 10×50 B; Alexandre Amorim (Florianopolis, Brazil)
2014 Dec. 04.21 UT: m1=7.5, Dia.=5′, DC=4/; 20×60 B; Willian Souza (Sao Paulo, Brazil)
2014 Dec. 04.10 UT: m1=7.5, Dia.=5′, DC=4; 10cm R f/5 (28x); Willian Souza (Sao Paulo, Brazil)
2014 Dec. 04.09 UT: m1=7.6, Dia.=5′, DC=3; 9cm MAK f/13.8 (54x); Willian Souza (Sao Paulo, Brazil)
2014 Dec. 04.08 UT: m1=7.6, Dia.=5′, DC=4; 8cm R f/7.5 (33x); Willian Souza (Sao Paulo, Brazil)
2014 Dec. 03.28 UT: m1=7.2, Dia.=7′, DC=3; 10×50 B; Alexandre Amorim (Florianopolis, Brazil)
2014 Dec. 03.12 UT: m1=7.6, Dia.=5′, DC=4; 8cm R f/7.5 (33x); Willian Souza (Sao Paulo, Brazil)
2014 Dec. 02.72 UT: m1=7.3, Dia.=8′, DC=4; 8.0cm R f/4 (15x); Paul Camilleri (Warners Bay, NSW, Australia)
2014 Dec. 02.25 UT: m1=7.4, Dia.=10′, DC=5; 7×50 B; Marco Antonio Coelho Goiato (Araçatuba, Brazil)
2014 Dec. 02.14 UT: m1=7.6, Dia.=5′, DC=4; 8cm R f/7.5 (33x); Willian Souza (Sao Paulo, Brazil)
2014 Nov. 30.27 UT: m1=7.5, Dia.=7′, DC=4; 10×50 B; Alexandre Amorim (Florianopolis, Brazil)
2014 Nov. 30.27 UT: m1=7.6, Dia.=10′, DC=4; 7×50 B; Marco Antonio Coelho Goiato (Araçatuba, Brazil) [clouds]
2014 Nov. 30.18 UT: m1=7.6, Dia.=5′, DC=4; 8cm R f/7.5 (23x); Willian Souza (Sao Paulo, Brazil)
2014 Nov. 29.75 UT: m1=8.8, Dia.=5.0′, DC=6; 40.0cm L f/4.5 (75x); Seiichi Yoshida (Gunma, Japan)
2014 Nov. 29.59 UT: m1=7.3, Dia.=9’, DC=4/; 11×70 B; Chris Wyatt (Walcha, NSW, Australia) [Coma diffuse and bluish in colour, appears elongated to the ESE approximately. Background star visible in coma, mag 8.9, 5.5’ away in PA: 276°. The magnitude estimate was made better being able to separate the coma from a bright 7.5 mag star 9’ away in PA: 227°]
2014 Nov. 29.56 UT: m1=7.6, Dia.=7.2’, DC=3; 7×50 B; Chris Wyatt (Walcha, NSW, Australia) [Coma diffuse with a weak to moderately condensed centre. Close to mag 7.5 star (TK) 9’ away in PA 227°, another star is visible 5.5’ away in PA 276° at mag 8.9. No tail, appears bluish in colour. Slight interference from moonlight]
2014 Nov. 29.28 UT: m1=7.5, Dia.=7′, DC=4; 10×50 B; Alexandre Amorim (Florianopolis, Brazil)
2014 Nov. 28.70 UT: m1=7.6, Dia.=7′, DC=5; 8.0cm R f/4 (15x); Paul Camilleri (Warners Bay, NSW, Australia)
2014 Nov. 28.47 UT: m1=8.0:, Dia.=6′, DC=2/, Tail= Not visible; 15cm SCT (75x); Salvador Aguirre (Hermosillo, Sonora, Mexico)
2014 Nov. 28.12 UT: m1=7.7, Dia.=10′, DC=4; 7×50 B; Marco Antonio Coelho Goiato (Araçatuba, Brazil) [clouds]
2014 Nov. 28.11 UT: m1=7.9, Dia.=8′, DC=5; 20×100 B; Marco Antonio Coelho Goiato (Araçatuba, Brazil) [clouds]
2014 Nov. 27.30 UT: m1=7.8, Dia.=6′, DC=4; 10×50 B; Alexandre Amorim (Florianopolis, Brazil)
2014 Nov. 26.80 UT: m1=8.3, Dia.=5′, DC=5; 25.4cm L f/4 (46x); Katsumi Yoshimoto (Yamaguchi, Japan)
2014 Nov. 25.50 UT: m1=7.8, Dia.=5′; 10×50 B; David A. J. Seargent (Cowra, NSW, Australia) [Comet fairly close to star]
2014 Nov. 23.74 UT: m1=8.5, Dia.=5′, DC=4; 25.4cm L f/4 (46x); Katsumi Yoshimoto (Yamaguchi, Japan)
2014 Nov. 23.48 UT: m1=9.0:, Dia.=5´, DC=1/, Tail= Not visible; 15cm SCT (75x); Salvador Aguirre (Hermosillo, Sonora, Mexico)
2014 Nov. 23.27 UT: m1=8.3 Dia.=5’, DC=4, Cola: no visible; 25cm SCT (62x); Alberto Anunziato (Oro Verde, Argentina)
2014 Nov. 21.65 UT: m1=8.2, Dia.=4.8’, DC=5/; 25cm L f:5 (39x); Chris Wyatt (Walcha, NSW, Australia) [Outer coma diffuse and transparent, slightly elongated to the West. Background star in coma, mag 10.1 (TK) 2’ away in PA 058°. Coma appears pale aqua-blue in colour, brightens to centre to a semi-opaque inner coma, central condensation sometimes appears stellar. Coma enhances well in Swan Band filter]
2014 Nov. 21.40 UT: m1=8.0, Dia.=4.0′, DC=6; 20cm Dobson; Con Stoitsis (Caulfield, Victoria, Australia) [Stellar central condensation, more difussed towards edges. No tail. The comet has brightened significantly since my last observation]
2014 Nov. 20.17 UT: m1=9.7, Dia.=3′, DC=4, no cola; 20cm SCT (50x); Carlos Labordena (Castellón, España)
2014 Nov. 19.69 UT: m1=8.8, Dia.=7′, DC=5; 8cm R f/4 (32x); Paul Camilleri (Warners Bay, NSW, Australia)
2014 Nov. 19.55 UT; m1=9.3; Dia.=3.0’, DC=4; 11.4cm L f8 (43x); Rob Kaufman (Bright, Victoria, Australia) [Outer coma faint, brightening slightly towards a pale, moderately condensed centre.  No tail visible.  Comet altitude 35 degrees]
2014 Nov. 19.27 UT: m= 9.0, Dia.=3′, DC=4; 7cm R (28x); Alexandre Amorim (Florianopolis, Brazil)
2014 Nov. 19.12 UT: m1=8.9, Dia.=7′, DC=4/; 20×100 B; Marco Antonio Coelho Goiato (Araçatuba, Brazil)
2014 Nov. 18.23 UT: m= 9.2, Dia.=2.2′, DC=4; 7cm R (28x); Alexandre Amorim (Florianopolis, Brazil)
2014 Nov  18.17 UT: m1=9.1, Dia.=6′, DC=4; 20×100 B; Marco Antonio Coelho Goiato (Araçatuba, Brazil)
2014 Nov. 18.06 UT: m= 9.2:, Dia.=2.0′, DC=5; 18cm L (57x); Alexandre Amorim (Florianopolis, Brazil)
2014 Nov. 17.49 UT: m1=8.7, Dia.=6′, DC=4: 25×100 B; David A. J. Seargent (Cowra, NSW, Australia) [Possibly a little enhanced through Swan Band filter]
2014 Nov. 17.47 UT; m1=9.1, Dia.=4.9’, DC=4/; 25cm L f:5 (39x); Chris Wyatt (Walcha, NSW, Australia] [Low altitude = 13.7°; Outer coma diffuse and transparent, inner coma slightly brighter with moderately condensed centre. Enhances using Swan Band filter and takes on a more even brightness with a loss of a distinct central condensation with filter applied. No tail]
2014 Nov. 17.46 UT: m1=9.1, Dia.=4′, DC=1/, Tail= Not visible; 15cm SCT (75x); Salvador Aguirre (Hermosillo, Sonora, Mexico)
2014 Nov. 17.22 UT: m= 9.2, Dia.=4′, DC=3; 18cm L (57x); Alexandre Amorim (Florianopolis, Brazil)
2014 Nov. 17.12 UT: m1=9.2, Dia.=5′, DC=4; 20x 100B; Marco Antonio Coelho Goiato (Araçatuba, Brazil)
2014 Nov. 16.72 UT: m1=9.0, Dia.=5′, DC=4; 8cm R f/4 (32x); Paul Camilleri (Warners Bay, NSW, Australia)
2014 Nov. 16.72 UT: m1=9.2, Dia.=2.5′, DC=6; 40.6cm L f/4 (76x); Paul Camilleri (Warners Bay, NSW, Australia)
2014 Nov. 16.20 UT: m1=9.2, Dia.=5′, DC=4; 20×100 B; Marco Antonio Coelho Goiato (Araçatuba, Brazil);
2014 Nov. 15.18 UT: m1=9.3, Dia.=5′, DC=4; 20×100 B; Marco Antonio Coelho Goiato (Araçatuba, Brazil)
2014 Nov. 15.11 UT: m1=9.5, Dia.=2.5′, DC=5; 18cm L (57x); Alexandre Amorim (Florianopolis, Brazil)
2014 Nov. 13.14 UT: m1=9.4, Dia.=5′, DC=4; 20×100 B; Marco Antonio Coelho Goiato (Araçatuba, Brazil)
2014 Nov. 12.49 UT: m1=9.2:; 25×100 B; David A. J. Seargent (Cowra, NSW, Australia) [Comet close to star. Enhanced through Swan band filter]
2014 Nov. 12.47 UT: m1=10.3, Dia.=2.5’, DC=5; 25cm L f:5 (39x); Chris Wyatt (Walcha, NSW, Australia) [Bright star 1.6’ away in PA 316°, mag 9.2 (TK); Does not appear to enhance using Swan Band filter. Outer coma diffuse and transparent, gradually brightens to a diffused central condensation, not stellar. No tail. Low altitude = 10.9°, no extinction corrections required]
2014 Nov. 10.19 UT: m1=9.8, Dia.=3′, DC=4/; 22cm L (60x); Marco Antonio Coelho Goiato (Araçatuba, Brazil) [enhanced image with comet filter]
2014 Nov. 02.21 UT: m1=10.5, Dia.=2′, DC=4; 22 cm L (60x); Marco Antonio Coelho Goiato (Araçatuba, Brazil) [m1:11.0 star inside the coma; enhanced image with comet filter]
2014 Nov. 01.68 UT: m1=10.0, Dia.=2.0′, DC=5; 40.6cm L f/4 (76x); Paul Camilleri (Warners Bay, NSW, Australia)
2014 Oct. 30.72 UT: m1=10.0, Dia.=2.5′, DC=4; 20.3cm L f/7 (62x); Paul Camilleri (Warners Bay, NSW, Australia)
2014 Oct. 30.72 UT: m1=10.5, Dia.=2.0′, DC=5; 40.6cm L f/4 (76x); Paul Camilleri (Warners Bay, NSW, Australia)
2014 Oct. 30.67 UT: m1=10.2; Dia.=2.6’, DC=4/; 25cm L f:5 (39x); Chris Wyatt (Armidale, NSW, Australia) [Coma shows moderately condensed centre, tapering in brightness to transparent outer coma, no tail. Dims slightly using Swan Band filter but otherwise enhances]
2014 Oct. 30.47 UT: m1=11.0:, Dia.=3, DC=0/, Tail= Not visible; 15cm SCT (75x); Salvador Aguirre (Hermosillo, Sonora, Mexico)
2014 Oct. 29.29 UT: m1=11.5:, Dia.=1′, DC=4/; 18cm L (57x); Alexandre Amorim (Florianopolis, Brazil)
2014 Oct. 28.72 UT: m1=11.0, Dia.=1.6′, DC=5/; 40.6cm L f/4 (76x); Paul Camilleri (Warners Bay, NSW, Australia)
2014 Oct. 27.72 UT: m1=11.2, Dia.=1.3′, DC=5; 40.6cm L f/4 (76x); Paul Camilleri (Warners Bay, NSW, Australia)
2014 Oct. 26.46 UT: m1=11.3, Dia.=0.8′, DC=4; 30.5cm L f/4.9 (188x); Todd Augustyniak (Green River State Wildlife Area, Harmon, Illinois, USA) [Difficult observation due to low altitude (4.4 degrees above horizon); magnitude corrected for atmospheric extinction (July 1992 issue of ICQ)]
2014 Oct. 25.81 UT: m1=12.1, Dia.=1.2′, DC=3; 40.0cm L f/4.5 (144x); Seiichi Yoshida (Gunma, Japan)
2014 Oct. 24.70 UT: m1=11.5, Dia.=1.5′, DC=4; 40.6cm L f/4 (76x); Paul Camilleri (Warners Bay, NSW, Australia)
2014 Oct. 22.73 UT: m1=11.6, Dia.=1.3′, DC=4; 40.6cm L f/4 (76x); Paul Camilleri (Warners Bay, NSW, Australia)
2014 Oct. 22.49 UT: m1=11.0, Dia.=–, DC=9, Tail= Not visible; 15cm SCT (40x); Salvador Aguirre (Hermosillo, Sonora, Mexico)
2014 Oct. 04.76 UT: m1=12.3, Dia.=1.8′, DC=4; 40.6cm L f/4 (165x); Paul Camilleri (Warners Bay, NSW, Australia)
2014 Oct. 03.25 UT: m1=12.8, Dia.=1′, DC=3; 22cm L f/6 (160x);  Marco Antonio Coelho Goiato (Araçatuba, Brazil)
2014 Oct. 02.75 UT: m1=12.3, Dia.=1.5′, DC=4; 40.6cm L f/4 (165x); Paul Camilleri (Warners Bay, NSW, Australia)
2014 Oct. 01.71 UT: m1=12.4, Dia.=1.7’, DC=3; 25cm L f:5 (83x); Chris Wyatt (Walcha, NSW, Australia) [No tail, coma has diffuse edges with slightly brighter central condensation]
2014 Sep. 30.76 UT: m1=12.5, Dia.=1′, DC=3/; 40.6cm L f/4 (165x); Paul Camilleri (Warners Bay, NSW, Australia)
2014 Sep. 30.74 UT: m1=12.1, Dia.=2’, DC=2/; 25cm L f:5 (39x); Chris Wyatt (Walcha, NSW, Australia) [No tail, coma small, diffuse edges with slightly brighter but weakly condensed central condensation. Does not enhance using Swan Band filter]
2014 Sep. 27.76 UT: m1=12.6, Dia.=1′, DC=4; 40.6cm L f/4 (165x); Paul Camilleri (Warners Bay, NSW, Australia)
2014 Sep. 23.77 UT: m1=12.6, Dia.=1′, DC=4; 40.6cm L f/4 (165x); Paul Camilleri (Warners Bay, NSW, Australia)
2014 Sep. 23.73 UT: m1=12.7, Dia.=1’, DC=3/; 25cm L f:5 (83x); Chris Wyatt (Walcha, NSW, Australia) [Coma diffuse, even surface brightness across much of the coma with small central condensation, moderately condensed, sometimes stellar. Does not enhance using Swan Band filter]
2014 Sep. 22.77 UT: m1=12.7, Dia.=1′, DC=4; 40.6cm L f/4 (165x); Paul Camilleri (Warners Bay, NSW, Australia)
2014 Sep. 18.74 UT: m1=12.9, Dia.=1’, DC=3/; 25cm L f:5 (83x); Chris Wyatt (Walcha, NSW, Australia) [Moonlight; Close to bright star, coma edges diffuse with brighter central condensation, moderately condensed. Visible at x39 as a bluish smudge of light, at x166 the centre appears more diffused but opaque]
2014 Sep. 07.79 UT: m1=14.1 CCD, Dia.=0.5′, Tail=0.5′ in PA: 216 deg.; [T12] 0.11m f/5.0 refractor + CCD; A. Novichonok, T. Prystavski, N. Teymurov (iTelescope observatory, Q62, remotely from Siding Spring, Australia)
2014 Sep. 03.79 UT: m1=14.0: CCD, Dia.=&0.5′; 0.11m f/5.0 refractor + CCD; A. Novichonok & T. Prystavski (iTelescope observatory, Q62, remotely from Siding Spring, Australia)
2014 Sep. 03.72 UT: m1=14.2, Dia.=0.5’, DC=3/4; 25cm L f:5 (166x); Chris Wyatt (Walcha, NSW, Australia) [Coma appears diffused, with slightly brighter centre, appears stellar in periods of good seeing. No tail. Star magnitudes not supplied by APASS data in Guide 9.0, used ASAS-3 as reference]
2014 Aug. 28.80 UT: m1=14.2 CCD, Dia.=0.51′, Tail=0.8′ in PA: 212 deg.; 0.43-m f/6.8 astrograph + CCD; A. Novichonok & T.Prystavski (iTelescope observatory, Q62, remotely Siding Spring, Australia)

C/2014 Q1 (PANSTARRS) (5 observaciones)
2014 Dec. 20.43 UT: m1=15.3 CCD, Dia.=0.4′, Tail=0.7′ in PA: 81 deg.; [T9] 0.32-m f/7.4 Ritchey-Chretien + CCD; A. Novichonok & T. Prystavski (iTelescope observatory, Q62 remotely from Siding Spring, Australia)
2014 Nov. 17.48 UT: m1=15.7: CCD, Dia.=0.3′; [T12]0.11m f/5.0 refractor + CCD; A. Novichonok & T. Prystavski (iTelescope observatory, Q62, remotely from Siding Spring, Australia)
2014 Oct. 08.49 UT: m1=16.0 CCD Dia.=0.30′; [T31] 0.50-m f/6.8 astrograph + CCD + focal reducer; A. Novichonok & T. Prystavski (iTelescope observatory, Q62, remotely from Siding Spring, Australia) [images obtained during lunar eclipse to avoid moonlight interference]
2014 Sep. 16.76 UT: m1=16.3 CCD, Dia.=0.43′; [T12] 0.11m f/5.0 refractor + CCD; A. Novichonok, T. Prystavski, N. Teymurov (iTelescope observatory, Q62, remotely from Siding Spring, Australia)
2014 Aug. 31.62 UT: m1=16.2 CCD, Dia.=0.20′; 0.32-m f/7.4 Ritchey-Chretien + CCD; A. Novichonok & T. Prystavski (iTelescope observatory, Q62; remotely from Siding Spring, Australia)

C/2014 N3 (NEOWISE) (8 observaciones)
2014 Dec. 24.05 UT: m1=14.5: CCD, Dia.=0.41′, Tail=0.6′ in PA: 140 deg.; [T20] 0.1-m f/5.0 astrograph + CCD; A. Novichonok & T. Prystavski (iTelescope observatory, H06 remotely from Mayhill, U.S.A.)
2014 Nov. 18.42 UT: m1=14.6 CCD, Dia.=0.47′, Tail=1.0′ in PA: 154 deg.; [T12]0.11m f/5.0 refractor + CCD; A. Novichonok & T. Prystavski (iTelescope observatory, Q62, remotely from Siding Spring, Australia)
2014 Oct. 27.92 UT: m1=14.4, Dia.=0.5’, DC=3; 50.8cm L (245x); Sandor Szabo (Stuhleck, Austria) [Motion was checked during a 15 minutes period]
2014 Oct. 12.47 UT: m1=13.8 CCD, Dia.=0.7′, Tail=&1.1′ in PA 196 deg.; [T12]0.11m f/5.0 refractor + CCD; A. Novichonok & T. Prystavski (iTelescope observatory, Q62, remotely from Siding Spring, Australia) [possibly the tail is longer]
2014 Aug. 28.80 UT: m1=15.1 CCD, Dia.=0.48′, Tail=1.0′ in PA 212: deg.; 0.43-m f/6.8 astrograph + CCD; A. Novichonok & T. Prystavski (iTelescope observatory, Q62, remotely Siding Spring, Australia)
2014 July 19.63 UT: m1=14.7 CCD, Dia.=0.52′; 0.43-m f/6.8 astrograph + CCD; A. Novichonok & T.Prystavski (iTelescope observatory, Q62. Remotely Siding Spring, Australia)
2014 July 11.71 UT: m1=15.4 CCD Dia.=0.33′, Tail=0.6′ in PA: 195 deg.; 0.50-m f/6.8 astrograph + CCD + focal reducer; A. Novichonok & T. Prystavski (iTelescope observatory, Q62. Remotely from Siding Spring, Australia)
2014 July 09.69 UT: m1=15.4 CCD, Dia.=0.29′, Tail=&1′ in PA: 203 deg.; 0.32-m f/7.4 Ritchey-Chretien + CCD; A. Novichonok & T. Prystavski (iTelescope observatory, Q62. Remotely from Siding Spring, Australia)

P/2014 MG4 (Spacewatch-PANSTARRS) (1 observación)
2014 July 27.46 UT: m1=17.8 CCD; 0.43-m f/6.8 astrograph + CCD; A. Novichonok & T.Prystavski (iTelescope observatory, Q62. Remotely from Siding Spring, Australia)

P/2014 L3 (Hill) (6 observaciones)
2014 Sep. 17.56 UT: m1=17.5 CCD, Dia.=0.27′; [T9] 0.32-m f/7.4 Ritchey-Chretien + CCD; A. Novichonok & T. Prystavski (iTelescope observatory, Q62, remotely from Siding Spring, Australia)
2014 Sep. 11.38 UT: m1=16.6 CCD, Dia.=0.3′; [T9] 0.32-m f/7.4 Ritchey-Chretien + CCD; A. Novichonok & T. Prystavski (iTelescope observatory, Q62, remotely from Siding Spring, Australia)
2014 Sep. 02.70 UT: m1=16.5 CCD, Dia.=&0.3′; 0.32-m f/7.4 Ritchey-Chretien + CCD; A. Novichonok & T. Prystavski (iTelescope observatory, Q62, remotely from Siding Spring, Australia)
2014 Aug. 31.46 UT: m2=17.6 CCD; 0.43-m f/6.8 astrograph + CCD; A. Novichonok & T. Prystavski (iTelescope observatory, Q62, remotely from Siding Spring, Australia)
2014 Aug. 31.46 UT: m1=14.8 CCD, Dia.=1.2′; 0.43-m f/6.8 astrograph + CCD; A. Novichonok & T. Prystavski (iTelescope observatory, Q62. Remotely from Siding Spring, Australia)
2014 July 22.57 UT: m1=16.2 CCD, Dia.=0.41′; 0.43-m f/6.8 astrograph + CCD; A. Novichonok & T.Prystavski (iTelescope observatory, Q62. Remotely Siding Spring, Australia)

P/2014 L2 (NEOWISE) (21 observaciones)
2014 Dec. 19.82 UT: m1=17.1 CCD, Dia.=0.4′; [T16] 0.15-m f/7.3 refractor + CCD; A. Novichonok & T. Prystavski (AstroCamp Observatory, I89 remotely from Nerpio, Spain)
2014 Nov. 16.48 UT: m1=16.1: CCD, Dia.=&0.5′; [T12]0.11m f/5.0 refractor + CCD; A. Novichonok & T. Prystavski (iTelescope observatory, Q62, remotely from Siding Spring, Australia)
2014 Oct. 27.95 UT: m1=14.7, Dia.=0.9’, DC=0; 50.8cm L (189x); Sandor Szabo (Stuhleck, Austria) [Very diffuse comet]
2014 Oct. 25.44 UT: m1=[13.7; 40.0cm L f/4.5 (257x); Seiichi Yoshida (Gunma, Japan)
2014 Oct. 12.46 UT: m1=14.6 CCD, Dia.=0.8′; [T12]0.11m f/5.0 refractor + CCD; A. Novichonok & T. Prystavski (iTelescope observatory, Q62, remotely from Siding Spring, Australia)
2014 Sep. 28.06 UT: m1=15.0, DC=4; Visual 36″ F/3.5; Jean-François Viens (Cd’OA des Monts Notre-Dame, Québec, Canada)
2014 Sep. 22.64 UT: m1=[13.8; 40cm L f/4.5 (257x); Seiichi Yoshida (Gunma, Japan)
2014 Sep. 16.57 UT: m1=13.8 CCD, Dia.=1.4′, Tail=&3.2′ in PA: 258 deg.; [T12] 0.11m f/5.0 refractor + CCD; A. Novichonok & T. Prystavski (iTelescope observatory, Q62, remotely from Siding Spring, Australia)
2014 Aug. 31.48 UT: m1=13.9 CCD, Dia.=1.14′, Tail=1.6′ in PA: 246 deg.; 0.43-m f/6.8 astrograph + CCD; A. Novichonok & T. Prystavski (iTelescope observatory, Q62. Remotely from Siding Spring, Australia)
2014 Aug. 30.16 UT: m1=15.4 CCD; Dia.=0.7’; CCD images unfiltered; Pierre Laporte (Cd’OA des Monts Notre-Dame, Québec, Canada)
2014 Aug. 28.91 UT: m1=14.2, Dia.=0′.6, DC=7; 35cm L (239x); Jakub Cerny (Zachotin, Czech Republic)
2014 Aug. 27.98 UT: m1=14.3, Dia.=0′.6, DC=6/; 40cm L (230x); Jakub Cerny (Zachotin, Czech Republic)
2014 Aug. 24.21 UT: m1=15.5, DC=3; Visual, 36″ F/3.5; Jean-François Viens (Cd’OA des Monts Notre-Dame, Québec, Canada)
2014 Aug. 22.99 UT: m1=14.3, Dia.=0.7′, DC=6; 35cm L (239x); Jakub Černý (Zachotin, Czech Republic)
2014 Aug. 03.00 UT: m1=14.4, Dia.=0.6′, DC=6; 35cm L (239x); Jakub Cerny (Czech Republic)
2014 July 26.01 UT: m1=14.7, Dia.=1.0′, DC=4/; 35cm L (239x); Jakub Cerný  (Czech Republic)
2014 July 25.99 UT: m1=14.7, Dia.=0.3’, DC=6; 50.8cm L (307x); Sandor Szabo (Hungary)
2014 July 24.00 UT: m1=14.8, Dia.=0.8′, DC=5/; 35cm L (239x); Jakub Cerný (Czech Republic)
2014 July 22.61 UT: m1=14.9 CCD, Dia.=0.53′, Tail=1.2′ in PA: 256 deg.; 0.32-m f/7.4 Ritchey-Chretien + CCD; A. Novichonok & T. Prystavski (iTelescope observatory, Q62. Remotely from Siding Spring, Australia)
2014 July 02.01 UT: m1=14.7, Dia.=0.5′, DC=2; 50.8cm L (245x); Sandor Szabo (Sopron, Hungary)
2014 June 26.70 UT: m1=14.7 CCD, Dia.=0.5′, Tail=1.6′ in PA: 248 deg.; 0.32-m f/7.4 Ritchey-Chretien + CCD; A. Novichonok & T. Prystavski (iTelescope observatory, Q62 Remotely from Siding Spring, Australia)

C/2014 H1 (Christensen) (1 observación)
2014 Apr. 27.05 UT: m1=17.7 CCD; 0.7-m f/4.0 reflector + CCD; S. Nazarov & T. Prystavski (Crimean Astrophysical Observatory, MPC 095, Crimea-Nauchnij)

C/2014 E2 (Jacques) (361 observaciones)
2014 Nov. 23.09 UT: m1=[11.5, negative; 15cm SCT (75x); Salvador Aguirre (Hermosillo, Sonora, Mexico)
2014 Nov. 15.72 UT: m1=13.1, Dia.=1.0′, DC=1; 32cm L f/5 (144x); Uwe Pilz (Leipzig, Germany)
2014 Oct. 28.76 UT: m1=[11.8, Dia.=1.9′, NEGATIVE; 7.6cm L f/4 (38x); Marek Biely (Brno, Czech Republic) [Already not visible as I expected. Fainter than 11.8 mag. Slight interference of moonlight]
2014 Oct. 27.82 TU: m1=12.2, Dia.=1.2, DC=3; 11.4cm L f/8 (45x); Neil Norman (Ipswich, England) [Very difficult to see and packed in dense star field. Diffuse, small and very faint]
2014 Oct. 26.05 UT: m1=12.6, Dia.=0.7′, DC=3; 30.5cm L f/4.9 (188x); Todd Augustyniak (Green River State Wildlife Area, Harmon, Illinois, USA) [Crowded star field; noticeably fainter than my previous observation two weeks earlier]
2014 Oct. 25.85 UT: m1=11.4, Dia.=3′, DC=2, no cola; 20cm SCT (80x); Carlos Labordena (Castellón, España)
2014 Oct. 25.39 UT: m1=12.0, Dia.=1.2′, DC=3; 40.0cm L f/4.5 (144x); Seiichi Yoshida (Gunma, Japan)
2014 Oct. 22.07 UT: m1=11.3:, Dia.=0.5′, DC=1, Tail= Not visible; 15cm SCT (40x); Salvador Aguirre (Hermosillo, Sonora, Mexico)
2014 Oct. 21.45 UT: m1=12.0, Dia.=2.0′, DC=1; 40.6cm L f/4 (165x); Paul Camilleri (Warners Bay, NSW, Australia)
2014 Oct. 18.76 UT: m1=12.2, Dia.=0.9’, DC=4; 50.8cm L (189x); Sandor Szabo (Sopron, Hungary)
2014 Oct. 18.45 UT: m1=11.7, Dia.=0.8′, DC=2/; 20 cm; Con Stoitsis (Nagambie, Victoria, Australia)
2014 Oct. 16.44 UT: m1=12.0, Dia.=1’, DC=2; 25cm L f:5 (83x); Chris Wyatt (Walcha, NSW, Australia) [Coma diffuse, close to bright stars, slightly condensed inner coma, no tail]
2014 Oct. 15.76 UT: m1=10.6, Dia.=2.0′, DC=1/; 12cm R f/5 (40x); Uwe Pilz (Leipzig, Germany)
2014 Oct. 11.79 UT: m1=10.9:, Dia.=&3′, DC=2; 7.6cm f/4 L (38x); Marek Biely (Brno, Czech Republic) [So faint. I was trying to find it for about 30 minutes. But surprisingly still visible, only as a little spot. Limit observation.]
2014 Oct. 08.45 UT: m1=11.4; Dia.=3.5’, DC=3; 25cm L f:5 (39x); Chris Wyatt (Walcha, NSW, Australia) [Moon in Total Eclipse; Coma very diffuse with moderately condensed central condensation]
2014 Oct. 01.40 UT: m1=10.2, Dia.=3.9’, DC=1/; 25cm L f:5 (39x); Chris Wyatt (Walcha, NSW, Australia) [Moonlight; Coma large and diffuse with very weakly condensed centre. No tail. Background sky appears slightly hazy]
2014 Sep. 28.83 UT: m1=10.6 CCD, Dia.=3.8′, DC=3; 6.8cm R f/3.8 (30s); Mieczyslaw Leszek Paradowski (Lublin, Poland) [Cat. HN; cirrus clouds]
2014 Sep. 28.79 UT: m1=9.4, Dia.=4′, DC=2; 25.4cm L (65x); Maik Meyer (Limburg, Germany)
2014 Sep. 27.85 UT: m1=9.2, Dia.=5.5′, DC=2/; 20×80 B; Marek Biely (Brno, Czech Republic)
2014 Sep. 27.83 UT: m1=9.4, Dia.=3.8′, DC=2; 20×60 B; Mieczyslaw Leszek Paradowski (Kębło, Poland) [Cat. TK]
2014 Sep. 27.79 UT: m1=9.4, Dia.=7′, DC=2/; 25.4cm L f/5 (65x); Maik Meyer (Limburg, Germany)
2014 Sep. 26.75 UT: m1=9.8, Dia.=4.3′, DC=2/; 25.4cm L (46x, 70x); Danil Sidorko (Korenovsk, Russia]
2014 Sep. 26.02 UT: m1=8.3, Dia.=7′, DC=2; 20×100 B; Marco Antonio Coelho Goiato (Araçatuba, Brazil)
2014 Sep. 25.82 UT: m1=8.5, Dia.=6′, DC=3, no cola; 20cm SCT (50x); Carlos Labordena (Castellón, España)
2014 Sep. 25.81 UT: m1=9.3, Dia.=5′, DC=2/; 20×80 B; Marek Biely (Brno, Czech Republic) [Slight interference of low clouds – observed only in fewminutes periods with almost clear sky]
2014 Sep. 24.87 TU: m1=9.0, Dia.=5′, DC=3; 11.4cm L f/8 (45x); Neil Norman (Ipswich, England) [Very notable change of the comet now,very diffuse and fading fast]
2014 Sep. 24.80 UT: m1=8.7, Dia.=7′, DC=3; 16×50 B; Stephen McCann (Southampton, UK) [large and diffuse]
2014 Sep. 24.04 UT: m1=8.3, Dia.=7′, DC=2; 20×100 B; Marco Antonio Coelho Goiato (Araçatuba, Brazil)
2014 Sep. 23.86 UT: m1=8.8, Dia.=6′, DC=3; 20×80 B; Marek Biely (Brno, Czech Republic) [Big change in appearance]
2014 Sep. 23.80 UT: m1=9.1, Dia.=5′, DC=3; 25.4cm L f/5 (65x); Maik Meyer (Limburg, Germany)
2014 Sep. 23.42 UT: m1=9.5, Dia.=3.5’, DC=5; 25cm L f:5 (39x); Chris Wyatt (Walcha, NSW, Australia) [Coma diffuse, short broad tail 1.5’ in length in P.A. 073°; close to bright star, moderately enhances using Swan Band filter]
2014 Sep. 22.96 UT: m1=9.6, Dia.=2′, DC=2; 18cm L (57x); Alexandre Amorim (Florianopolis, Brazil)
2014 Sep. 22.90 UT: m1=9.5, Dia.=5′, DC=2; 20cm L (42x); Alex Scholten (Eerbeek, Netherlands)
2014 Sep. 22.80 UT: m1=9.0, Dia.=4′, DC=3; 25.4cm L f/5 (65x); Maik Meyer (Limburg, Germany)
2014 Sep. 22.42 UT: m1=9.2, Dia.=5.5′, DC=5; 40cm L f/4.5 (36x); Seiichi Yoshida (Gunma, Japan)
2014 Sep. 22.01 UT: m1=9.5, Dia.=2′, DC=3/; 18cm L (57x); Alexandre Amorim (Florianopolis, Brazil)
2014 Sep. 21.95 UT: m1=8.2, Dia.=8′, DC=2; 20×100 B; Marco Antonio Coelho Goiato (Araçatuba, Brazil)
2014 Sep. 21.80 UT: m1=8.9, Dia.=6, DC=3; 15cm R (38x); Maik Meyer (Limburg, Germany)
2014 Sep. 20.42 UT: m1=8.7, Dia.=4′, DC=5/; 25×100 B; Michael Mattiazzo (Swan Hill, Victoria)
2014 Sep. 20.40 UT: m1=8.7, Dia.=6’, DC=4/; 25cm L f:5 (39x); Chris Wyatt (Walcha, NSW, Australia) [Coma large and diffuse, weakly condensed central condensation, enhances using Swan Band filter. Tail visible 9’ in length in P.A.: 072°]
2014 Sep. 20.09 UT: m1=[9.4, negativa; 20cm SCT (51x); Salvador Aguirre (Hermosillo, Sonora, Mexico)
2014 Sep. 19.84 UT: m1=8.6, Dia.=6′, DC=3; 25×100 B; Mieczyslaw Leszek Paradowski (Zuberec, Slovakia) [West Tatra mountains – elevation 822 m; cat. TK]
2014 Sep. 19.82 UT: m1=8.7, Dia.=7′, DC=2/; 15cm R (38x); Maik Meyer (Limburg, Germany)
2014 Sep. 18.90 UT: m1=8.0, Dia.=8′, DC=2/; 25×100 B; Martin Lehky (Czech Republic)
2014 Sep. 18.44 UT: m1=8.7, Dia.=6.8’, DC=5; 25cm L f:5 (39x); Chris Wyatt (Walcha, NSW, Australia) [Coma large with small bright central condensation, inner coma opaque. Outer coma shows a short broad but faint extension to the NE approximately. Enhances using Swan Band filter]
2014 Sep. 17.98 UT: m1=7.9, Dia.=7′, DC=2/; 20×100 B; Marco Antonio Coelho Goiato (Araçatuba, Brazil)
2014 Sep. 17.86 UT: m1=9.0, Dia.=5′, DC=3; 20cm L (42x); Alex Scholten (Eerbeek, Netherlands)
2014 Sep. 17.83 UT: m1=7.9, Dia.=8′, DC=2/; 25×100 B; Martin Lehky (Czech Republic)
2014 Sep. 16.93 UT: m1=8.7, Dia.=1′, DC=2; 18cm L (57x); Alexandre Amorim (Florianopolis, Brazil)
2014 Sep. 16.92 UT: m1=8.0, Dia.=7′, DC=2; 25×100 B; Martin Lehky (Czech Republic)
2014 Sep. 16.81 UT: m1=8.3, Dia.=6.5′, DC=3/; 15cm R (38x); Maik Meyer (Limburg, Germany)
2014 Sep. 15.98 UT: m1=8.5, Dia.=2′, DC=2; 18 cm L (57x); Alexandre Amorim (Florianopolis, Brazil)
2014 Sep. 15.81 UT: m1=8.8, Dia.=5′, DC=3; 12×50 B; Giuseppe Pappa (Sicily, Italy)
2014 Sep. 15.80 UT: m1=8.1, Dia.=7.0′, DC=2; 15×70 B; Uwe Pilz (Leipzig, Germany)
2014 Sep. 15.80 UT: m1=8.5, Dia.=5.5′, DC=3/; 15cm R (38x); Maik Meyer (Limburg, Germany) [comet more condensed but not larger using a Lumicon Swan Band Filter]
2014 Sep. 15.78 UT: m1=8.3, Dia.=7.6′, DC=3; 7cm R (21x); Artyom Novichonok (Konchezero station, Russia)
2014 Sep. 14.875 UT: m1=8.3, Dia=7′, DC=3; 11.4cm L f/8 (45x); Neil Norman (Ipswich, England) [Not observed for 2 weeks due to Moon and weather combination, but what a surprise!. Comet is very diffuse now and more difficult to locate, proximity to Alberio a great help]
2014 Sep. 14.80 UT: m1=8.3, Dia.=6.5′, DC=3; 15cm R (38x); Maik Meyer (Limburg, Germany)
2014 Sep. 14.43 UT: m1=8.5, Dia.=4′; 25×100 B; David A. J. Seargent (Cowra, NSW, Australia)
2014 Sep. 14.40 UT: m2=12.3 CCD, Dia.=&8.7′, Tail=&13′ in PA: 62 deg.; [T12] 0.11m f/5.0 refractor + CCD; A. Novichonok & T. Prystavski (iTelescope observatory, Q62, remotely from Siding Spring, Australia)
2014 Sep. 13.98 UT: m1=7.8, Dia.=7′, DC=2/; 20×100 B; Marco Antonio Coelho Goiato (Araçatuba, Brazil)
2014 Sep. 13.83 UT: m1=8.4, Dia.=7′, DC=4; 15×80 B; Alex Scholten (Eerbeek, Netherlands) (difficult estimation due to star-rich field)
2014 Sep. 12.95 UT: m1=7.6, Dia.=8′, DC=2; 7×50 B; Marco Antonio Coelho Goiato (Araçatuba, Brazil)
2014 Sep. 12.95 UT: m1=7.7, Dia.=8′, DC=3; 20×100 B; Marco Antonio Coelho Goiato (Araçatuba, Brazil)
2014 Sep. 12.13 UT: m1=[8.4, negative; 15cm SCT (40x); Salvador Aguirre (Hermosillo, Sonora, Mexico)
2014 Sep. 11.80 UT: m1=8.2, Dia.=5.5′, DC=3; 26×88 B; Maik Meyer (Limburg, Germany)
2014 Sep. 11.43 UT: m1=8.8, Dia.=4.9’, DC=3/; 25cm L f:5 (39x); Chris Wyatt (Walcha, NSW, Australia) [Coma has diffuse edges, brighter inner coma but weakly condensed, no tail. Faint background star in coma evident at x83 but barely visible at x39. Enhances in Swan Band filter, slight interference by rising moon]
2014 Sep. 10.94 UT: m1=7.4, Dia.=8′, DC=3/; 7×50 B; Marco Antonio Coelho Goiato (Araçatuba, Brazil)
2014 Sep. 10.92 UT: m1=8.0:; 18cm L (57x); Alexandre Amorim (Florianopolis, Brazil) [light pollution and clouds interference]
2014 Sep. 09.92 UT: m1=8.0:; 18cm L (57x); Alexandre Amorim (Florianopolis, Brazil) [light pollution]
2014 Sep. 08.98 UT: m1=8.0:; 18cm L (57x); Alexandre Amorim (Florianopolis, Brazil) [light pollution and moonlight interference]
2014 Sep. 06.83 UT: m1=7.8, Dia.=6.5′, DC=3; 26×88 B; Maik Meyer (Limburg, Germany) [moon interference]
2014 Sep. 06.56 UT: m1=8.4, Dia.=12′, DC=5, Tail=6′ in PA: 155 deg.; 25X100 B; Angelito Sing (Makati, Philippines) [Bright gibbous moon]
2014 Sep. 06.04 UT: m1=7.6, Dia.=8′, DC=3/; 25×100 B; Martin Lehky (Czech Republic)
2014 Sep. 05.96 UT: m1=7.4, Dia.=8.2′, DC=4; 7cm R (21x); Artyom Novichonok (Konchezero, Russia) [It was found that 2 weeks since my last observation of comet C/2014 E2 it’s dropped in brightness but only slightly (estimated 7.4 mag). Coma remains quite large, although degree of condensation has decreased – from DC 6 two weeks ago to DC 4]
2014 Sep. 05.82 UT: m1=7.7, Dia.=8′, DC=4; 12×50 B; Giuseppe Pappa (Sicily, Italy)
2014 Sep. 05.04 UT: m1=7.5, Dia.=8′, DC=4; 20×100 B; Marco Goiato (Araçatuba, Brazil) [moonlight]
2014 Sep. 04.83 UT: m1=7.6, Dia.=8′, DC=4; 25×100 B; Martin Lehky (Czech Republic)
2014 Sep. 04.82 UT: m1=7.8 CCD + V filter, Dia.=8′, DC=4; 6.8cm R f/3.8 (12x30s); Mieczyslaw Leszek Paradowski (Lublin, Poland) [Cat. HN]
2014 Sep. 04.04 UT: m1=7.5, Dia.=8′, DC=4; 20×100 B; Marco Goiato (Araçatuba, Brazil) [moonlight]
2014 Sep. 03.89 UT: m1=7.1, Dia.=9′, DC=6; 15×80 B; Alex Scholten (Eerbeek, Netherlands)
2014 Sep. 03.89 UT: m1=7.1, Dia.=6′, DC=4; 11.4cm L f/8 (45x); Neil Norman (Ipswich, England) [Strong moon interference]
2014 Sep. 03.82 UT: m1=7.6, Dia.=8′, DC=5; 12×50 B; Giuseppe Pappa (Sicily, Italy)
2014 Sep. 01.90 UT: m1=7.0, Dia.=7′, DC=5; 11.4cm L f/8 (45x); Neil Norman (Ipswich, England) [Comet appears fainter now but is still well rounded and diffuse leading to a central point. Comet altitude 72 degrees. Moon illuminated 44%,altitude 6.4 degrees]
2014 Sep. 01.89 UT: m1=7.1, Dia.=11′, DC=6; 10×50 B; Alex Scholten (Eerbeek, Netherlands)
2014 Sep. 01.82 UT: m1=7.0, Dia.=6′, DC=3; 10×50 B; J. P. Navarro Pina (Campos del Rio, Murcia, Spain )
2014 Sep. 01.44 UT: m1=7.7, Dia.=8′, DC=5; 10×50 B; Carl Hergenrother (Tucson, Arizona, USA)
2014 Sep. 01.37 UT: m2=11.7 Dia.=&25.7′, Tails=&33′ in PA 154 deg (ion); &32′ in PA 89 deg (dust); 0.11-m f/5.0 refractor + CCD… A. Novichonok & T. Prystavski iTelescope observatory, H06 (remotely from Mayhill, U.S.A.)
2014 Aug. 31.98 UT: m1=6.8, Dia.=7′, DC=6; 11,4cm L f/8 (45x); Neil Norman (Ipswich, England)
2014 Aug. 31.96 UT: m1=6.8, Dia.=8′, DC=5; 10×50 B; Neil Norman (Ipswich, England) [The comet remains much the same size and magnitude as last nights observation. High altitude (84.8 degrees) Amongst glorious scenery]
2014 Aug. 31.89 UT: m1=7.1, Dia.=11′, DC=5; 10×50 B; Alex Scholten (Eerbeek, Netherlands)
2014 Aug. 30.95 UT: m1=6.8, Dia.=8′, DC=6; 11,4cm L f/8 (45x); Neil Norman (Ipswich, England)
2014 Aug. 30.95 UT: m1=6.8, Dia.=8′, DC=6; 10X50 B; Neil Norman (Ipswich, England) [The comet is diffuse,well rounded and large in binoculars. High altitude (73.3 degrees) and amongst dense starfields]
2014 Aug. 30.90 UT: m1=7.5, Dia.=8′, DC=5; 12×50 B; Giuseppe Pappa (Sicily, Italy)
2014 Aug. 30.85 UT: m1=6.9, Dia.=9′; 25×100 B; M. Lehky (Hradec Kralove, Czech Republic)
2014 Aug. 30.49 UT: m1=6.8, Dia.=9′, DC=4; 10×50 B; Carl Hergenrother (Tucson, Arizona, USA)
2014 Aug. 29.98 UT: m1=7.5, Dia.=7′, DC=5; 12×50 B; Giuseppe Pappa (Sicily, Italy)
2014 Aug. 29.83 UT: m1=7.3, Dia.=6′, DC=3; 10×50 B; J. P. Navarro Pina (Albudeite, Murcia, Spain)
2014 Aug. 29.46 UT: m1=7.5, Dia.=11′, DC=4; 10×50 B; Carl Hergenrother (Tucson, Arizona, USA)
2014 Aug. 28.96 UT: m1=7.0, Dia.=10′, DC=6; 10×50 B; J. P. Navarro Pina y J. C. Garcia Sanchez (Valle del Aceniche, Bullas, Murcia, Spain)
2014 Aug. 28.93 UT: m1=7.4, Dia.=7′, DC=4; 12×50 B; Giuseppe Pappa (Sicily, Italy)
2014 Aug. 28.90 UT: m1=6.8, Dia.=18′, DC=5/; 8×40 B; Jakub Cerny (Zachotin, Czech Republic)
2014 Aug. 28.88 UT: m1=7.0, Dia.=11.5′, DC=5; 20×80 B; Marek Biely (Brno, Czech Republic) [Tail is already not visible]
2014 Aug. 28.14 UT: m1=6.7, Dia.=10′, DC=3; 10×50 B; Carl Hergenrother (Tucson, Arizona, USA)
2014 Aug. 28.08 UT: m1=6.8, Dia.=9′; 25×100 B; M. Lehky (Hradec Kralove, Czech Republic)
2014 Aug. 27.97 UT: m1=6.8, Dia.=13′, DC=5/; 8×40 B; Jakub Cerny (Zachotin, Czech Republic)
2014 Aug. 27.88 UT: m1=7.0, Dia.=12′, DC=4; 10×50 B; Maik Mayer (Limburg, Germany)
2014 Aug. 27.88 UT: m1=7.0, Dia.=9′, DC=6/; 10×50 B; Alex Scholten (Eerbeek, Netherlands)
2014 Aug. 27.84 UT: m1=6.9, Dia.=8.5’, DC=4; 8×56 B; Sandor Szabo (Hungary)
2014 Aug. 27.84 UT: m1=7.6; 7×50 B; Uwe Pilz (Leipzig, Germany) [In 32cm L f/5 (96x): Dia.=5.6′, DC=s5, Tail= 0.10 deg. in AP: 167 deg.]
2014 Aug. 27.83 UT: m1=7.2, Dia.=8′, DC=5; 12×50 B; Giuseppe Pappa (Sicily, Italy)
2014 Aug. 27.16 UT: m1=7.2, Dia.=11′, DC=3; 10×50 B; Carl Hergenrother (Tucson, Arizona, USA)
2010 Aug. 26.94 UT: m1=6.6, Dia.=9′, DC=4, no cola; 11×80 B; Carlos Labordena (Castellón, España) [Un cielo muy oscuro. una noche magnífica permitía ver capas muy externas y débiles de la coma]
2014 Aug. 26.93 UT: m=6.8:, Dia.=8′, DC=6; 10×50 B; J. P. Navarro Pina (Ardal 530 mts, Bullas, Murcia, Spain)
2014 Aug. 26.92 UT: m1=7.0, Dia.=6′, DC=4, no cola; 20cm SCT (50x); Carlos Labordena (Castellón, España)
2014 Aug. 26.88 UT: m1=6.6, Dia.=10′, DC=5; 11.4cm L f/8 (45x); Neil Norman (Ipswich, England) [The comet was easily and quickly located. The appearance is very large with a diffuse outer coma that condenses strongly toward a stellar point]
2014 Aug. 26.86 UT: m1=6.9, Dia.=12′, DC=6; 10×50 B; Alex Scholten (Eerbeek, Netherlands)
2014 Aug. 26.85 UT: m1=7.0, Dia.=7′, DC=5; 12×50 B; Giuseppe Pappa (Sicily, Italy)
2014 Aug. 26.76 UT: m1=6.9, Dia.=11.2′, DC=5; 20cm L f/5 (30x); Man-To Hui (Nhut Thong Pau, Canton, China) [city lights]
2014 Aug. 25.90 UT: m1=6.8, Dia.=13′, DC=5; 7×35 B; Mieczyslaw Leszek Paradowski (Dabrowa, Poland)[Cat. TK]
2014 Aug. 25.89 UT: m1=6.7, Dia.=13′, DC=5; 6.8cm R f/5.9 (24x); Mieczyslaw Leszek Paradowski (Dabrowa, Poland)
2014 Aug. 25.83 UT: m1=7.1, Dia.=9′, DC=6; 12×50 B; Giuseppe Pappa (Sicily, Italy)
2014 Aug. 25.16 UT: m1=7.1, Dia.=9′, DC=4; 10×50 B; Carl Hergenrother (Tucson, Arizona, USA)2014 Aug. 24.93 UT: m1=7.1, Dia.=8′, DC=6; 12×50 B; Giuseppe Pappa (Sicily, Italy)
2014 Aug. 24.90 UT: m1=6.9, Dia.=12′, DC=6; 8×40 B; Alex Scholten (Eerbeek, Netherlands)
2014 Aug. 24.90 UT: m1=6.8, Dia.=12′, DC=5; 8×40 B; Jakub Černý (Zachotin, Czech Republic)
2014 Aug. 24.86 UT: m1=6.9, Dia.=12′, DC=6, Tail= 0.1 deg. in PA: 165 deg.; 20×80 B; Marek Biely (Brno, Czech Republic) [Very large now. Short tail is still visible]
2014 Aug. 24.85 UT: m1=6.7, Dia.=9.5′; 25×100 B; M. Lehky (Hradec Kralove, Czech Republic)
2014 Aug. 24.85 UT: m1=7.0, Dia.=10.5′, DC=5; 25×100 B; Jakub Černý (Zachotin, Czech Republic)
2014 Aug. 24.83 UT: m1=6.8:, Dia.=9′, DC=6; 10×50 B; J. P. Navarro Pina (Campos del Rio, Murcia, Spain)
2014 Aug. 24.13 UT: m1=7.1, Dia.=9′, DC=4; 10×50 B; Carl Hergenrother (Tucson, Arizona, USA)
2014 Aug. 23.97 UT: m1=7.2, Dia.=7′, DC5; 12×50 B; Giuseppe Pappa (Sicily, Italy)
2014 Aug. 23.89 UT: m1=6.8, Dia.=9′, DC=5; 11.4cm L f/8 (45x); Neil Norman (Ipswich, England)
2014 Aug. 23.89 UT: m1=7.0  Dia.=12′, DC=4/; 10×50 B; Maik Meyer (Ilhorn, Lüneburg Heath, Germany)
2014 Aug. 23.88 UT: m1=7.1, Dia.=5′, DC=4, Cola= 10′; 20cm SCT (50x); Carlos Labordena (Castellón, España)
2014 Aug. 23.87 UT: m1=6.9, Dia.=5′, DC=4, no cola; 11×80 B; Carlos Labordena (Castellón, España)
2014 Aug. 23.15 UT: m1=7.0, Dia.=8′, DC5; 12×50 B; Giuseppe Pappa (Sicily, Italy)
2014 Aug. 22.97 UT: m1=6.7, Dia.=10.5′, DC=5; 25×100 B; Jakub Černý (Zachotin, Czech Republic)
2014 Aug. 22.95 UT: m1=6.7, Dia.=11′, DC=5; 8×40 B; Jakub Černý (Zachotin, Czech Republic)
2014 Aug. 22.93 UT: m1=6.7, Dia.=8′, DC=5; 11.4cm L f/8 (45x); Neil Norman (Ipswich, England) [Comet is large and diffuse, elongation in P.A 235 degrees noted. No tail. Striking object !]
2014 Aug. 22.92 UT: m1=7.1, Dia.=9′, DC=6/; 15×80 B; Alex Scholten (Eerbeek, Netherlands)
2014 Aug. 22.90 UT: m1=6.8  Dia.=11′, DC=4/; 10×50 B; Maik Meyer (Ilhorn, Lüneburg Heath, Germany)
2014 Aug. 22.89 UT: m1=6.8, Dia.=9′, DC=5; 11,4cm L f/8 (45x); Neil Norman (Ipswich, England)
2014 Aug. 22.05 UT: m1=6.8, Dia.=9.5′, DC=4/; 10×50 B; Maik Meyer (Limburg, Germany)
2014 Aug. 21.98 UT: m1=6.5, Dia.=10.0’, DC=5; 5.0cm R (9x); Vyacheslav M. Ivanov (Kamysin, Russia) [Bright and compact coma]
2014 Aug. 21.93 UT: m1=6.7, Dia.=8′, DC=5; 11,4cm L f/8 (45x); Neil Norman (Ipswich, England)
2014 Aug. 21.89 UT: m1=6.9, Dia.=12′, DC=6; 15×80 B; Alex Scholten (Eerbeek, Netherlands)
2014 Aug. 21.89 UT: m1=7.0:, Dia.=5′, DC=3; 10×50 B; J. P. Navarro Pina (El Palmar, Murcia, Spain)
2014 Aug. 21.87 UT: m1=6.7, Dia.=9′; 25×100 B; M. Lehky (Hradec Kralove, Czech Republic)
2014 Aug. 21.85 UT: m1=7.1, Dia.=7′, DC=4/, Tail= 0.07 deg. in PA: 260 deg.; 20×80 B; Marek Biely (Brno, Czech Republic) [Not very good sky quality.]
2014 Aug. 21.84 UT: m1=7.0:, Dia.=8′, DC=5; 20cm L f/5 (30x); Man-To Hui (Nhut Thong Pau, Canton, China) [clouds and city lights]
2014 Aug. 21.10 UT: m1=7.1, Dia.=8′, DC5; 12×50 B; Giuseppe Pappa (Sicily, Italy)
2014 Aug. 20.95 UT: m1=6.8, Dia.=6′, DC=5. 11.4cm L f/8 (45x); Neil Norman (Ipswich, England) [The comet appears very similar to last nights observation in being very easily seen in binoculars as well as my 11.4]
2014 Aug. 20.93 UT: m1=6.9, Dia.=8.5′, DC=4/; 10×50 B; Maik Meyer (Limburg, Germany)
2014 Aug. 20.88 UT: m1=6.8, Dia.=9′, DC=5/; 10×50 B; Alex Scholten (Eerbeek, Netherlands)
2014 Aug. 20.38 UT: m1=6.7, Dia.=8′, DC=6; 10×50 B; Carl Hergenrother (Tucson, Arizona, USA)
2014 Aug. 19.96 UT: m1=6.7, Dia.=7′, DC=6; 11.4cm L f/8 (45x); Neil Norman (Ipswich, England) [Comet is large and diffuse condensing well toward the centre. No tail visible. Moving amongst nice background. Also easily visible in binoculars]
2014 Aug. 19.88 UT: m1=6.7, Dia.=10′, DC=6; 8×40 B; Alex Scholten (Eerbeek, Netherlands)
2014 Aug. 18.89 UT: m1=6.7, Dia.=10′, DC=6; 15×80 B; Alex Scholten (Eerbeek, Netherlands)
2014 Aug. 17.94 UT: m1=6.5, Dia.=7′, DC=6; 11.4cm L f/8 (45x); Neil Norman (Ipswich, England) [The coma is spherical and diffuse around the outer edges condensing nicely to a central point. Noted an elongation of the coma in P.A 257 degrees. Comet was also easily visible in 10×50 binoculars]
2014 Aug. 17.86 UT: m1=6.6, Dia.=13′, DC=5, Tail= 1 deg. in PA: 256 deg.; 20×60 B; Mieczyslaw Leszek Paradowski (Stroza Kolonia, Poland)[Cat. TK]
2014 Aug. 17.13 UT: m1=7.0, Dia.=7′, DC5; 12×50 B; Giuseppe Pappa (Sicily, Italy)
2014 Aug. 16.36 UT: m1=7.0, Dia.=4′, DC=4; 20×100 B; Marco Antonio Coelho Goiato (Araçatuba, Brazil) [moonlight interference]
2014 Aug. 15.22 UT: m1=8.3 CCD, Dia.=5.5’; Measures taken on CCD images unfiltered; Clermont Vallière (Cd’A des Monts Notre-Dame, Québec, Canada)
2014 Aug. 15.12 UT: m1=7.0, Dia.=7′, DC5; 12×50 B; Giuseppe Pappa (Sicily, Italy)
2014 Aug. 14.10 UT: m1=6.8, Dia.=7′, DC6; 12×50 B; Giuseppe Pappa (Sicily, Italy)
2014 Aug. 13.11 UT: m1=6.9, Dia.=6′, DC6; 12×50 B; Giuseppe Pappa (Sicily, Italy)
2014 Aug. 11.09 UT: m1=6.8, Dia.=6′, DC=5; 10×50 B; Maik Meyer (Limburg, Germany)
2014 Aug. 09.36 UT: m1=6.8, Dia.=7′, DC=4; 7×50 B; Marco Antonio Coelho Goiato (Araçatuba, Brazil)
2014 Aug. 09.36 UT: m1=6.9, Dia.=6′, DC=6; 20×100 B; Marco Antonio Coelho Goiato (Araçatuba, Brazil)
2014 Aug. 08.96 UT: m1=6.9, Dia.=7′; 25×100 B; M. Lehky (Hradec Kralove, Czech Republic)
2014 Aug. 08.36 UT: m1=6.9, Dia.=6′, DC=6; 20×100 B; Marco Antonio Coelho Goiato (Araçatuba, Brazil)
2014 Aug. 08.07 UT: m1=6.9, Dia.=5.5′, DC=5; 10×50 B; Maik Meyer (Limburg, Germany)
2014 Aug. 07.42 UT: m1=6.5, Dia.=5’, DC=4; 10×50 B; Jorge Solano (Montesano Z16, Ciudad de Guatemala)
2014 Aug. 07.14 UT: m1=6.8, Dia.=5′, DC6; 12×50 B; Giuseppe Pappa (Sicily, Italy)
2014 Aug. 06.41 UT: m1=7.0, Dia.=7′, DC=6; 10×50 B; Carl Hergenrother (Tucson, Arizona, USA)
2014 Aug. 06.09 UT: m1=7.1, Dia.=6.5′, DC=5/; 10×50 B; Maik Meyer (Limburg, Germany)
2014 Aug. 05.45 UT: m1=7.0, Dia.=5′, DC=6; 10×50 B; Carl Hergenrother (Tucson, Arizona, USA)
2014 Aug. 05.07 UT: m1=6.9, Dia.=6.5′, DC=5; 10×50 B; Maik Meyer (Limburg, Germany)
2014 Aug. 05.04 UT: m1=6.7, Dia.=5.5′, DC=6/, Tail= 0.2 deg. in PA: 270 deg.; 7.6cm f/4 L (15x); Marek Biely (Brno, Czech Republic)
2014 Aug. 05.02 UT: m1=6.7, Dia.=6′, DC=6, Tail= 0.35 deg. in PA: 270 deg.; 20×80 B; Marek Biely (Brno, Czech Republic) [Visible immediately and with nice tail]
2014 Aug. 04.37 UT: m1=6.6, Dia.=3′, DC=4; 19cm R f/14 (100x), 6cm R f/15 (22x), 10×50 B; Isbel González González (Guayos, Sancti Spíritus, Cuba)
2014 Aug. 04.33 UT: m1=7.1, Dia.=2′, DC=4/; 20×80 B; Willian Souza (Sao Paulo, Brazil)
2014 Aug. 04.10 UT: m1=6.7, Dia.=8′, DC=7; 15×80 B; Alex Scholten (Wadebridge, United Kingdom)
2014 Aug. 04.07 UT: m1=6.9, Dia.=5′, DC=5/; 10×50 B; Maik Meyer (Limburg, Germany)
2014 Aug. 04.06 UT: m1=6.6, Dia.=7.5′, DC=6/, Tail= 1.0 deg. in PA: 270 deg.; 25×100 B; Jakub Cerny (Czech Republic)
2014 Aug. 04.05 UT: m1=6.4, Dia.=8′, DC=6, 8×40 binoculars.; Jakub Cerny (Czech Republic)
2014 Aug. 03.48 UT: m1=[7.0, negative; 7x50B; Salvador Aguirre (Hermosillo, Sonora, Mexico)
2014 Aug. 03.35 UT: m1=6.9, Dia.=7′, DC=4/; 7×50 B; Marco Antonio Coelho Goiato (Araçatuba, Brazil)
2014 Aug. 03.35 UT: m1=7.0, Dia.=6′, DC=6; 20×100 B; Marco Antonio Coelho Goiato (Araçatuba, Brazil)
2014 Aug. 03.34 UT: m1=7.0, Dia.=2′, DC=5; 20×80 B; Willian Souza (Sao Paulo, Brazil)
2014 Aug. 03.08 UT: m1=7.1, Dia=4′, DC=6; 11.4cm L f/8 (45x); Neil Norman(Ipswich, England) [Comet nicely rising through Auriga. Coma even in brightness and shape, condensing nicely to a central point. No tail visible. Comet appears to be 0.3 of a magnitude dimmer than a couple of nights ago]
2014 Aug. 03.07 UT: m1=7.1, Dia.=7′, DC=7; 8×40 B; Jakub Koukal (Czech Republic)
2014 Aug. 03.07 UT: m1=7.1, Dia.=10′, DC=7; 8×40 B; Sylvia Gorkova (Czech Republic)
2014 Aug. 03.06 UT: m1=7.0, Dia.=8′, DC=6/, Tail= 1.1 deg. in PA: 270 deg.; 25×100 B; Jakub Cerny (Czech Republic)
2014 Aug. 03.05 UT: m1=6.6, Dia.=6′, DC=5; 6.8cm R f/5.9 (24x); Mieczyslaw Leszek Paradowski (Dabrowa, Poland)[twilight; Cat. TK]
2014 Aug. 03.04 UT: m1=6.7, Dia.=8′, DC=6/, Tail= 1.0 deg. in PA: 270 deg.; 8×40 B; Jakub Cerny (Czech Republic)
2014 Aug. 03.03 UT: m1=6.8, Dia.=4.9′, DC=6/, Tail= 0.15 deg. in PA: 275 deg.; 20×80 B; Marek Biely (Brno, Czech Republic) [Short tail visible already in binoculars]
2014 Aug. 03.03 UT: m1=7.2 CCD + V filter, Dia.=6′, DC=5; 15cm L f/4 (7x30s); Mieczyslaw Leszek Paradowski (Dabrowa, Poland) [twilight; 7 solar type comparison stars taken from cat. APASS (AQ)]
2014 Aug. 03.02 UT: m1=6.6, Dia.=5.5′, DC=7/; 30×50 monocular (30x); Marek Biely (Brno, Czech Republic)
2014 Aug. 02.35 UT: m1=6.9, Dia.=7′, DC=4/; 7×50 B; Marco Antonio Coelho Goiato (Araçatuba, Brazil)
2014 Aug. 02.35 UT: m1=7.0, Dia.=6′, DC=6; 20×100 B; Marco Antonio Coelho Goiato (Araçatuba, Brazil)
2014 Aug. 02.34 UT: m1=6.9, Dia.=2′, DC=5; 20×80 B; Willian Souza (Sao Paulo, Brazil)
2014 Aug. 02.07 UT: m1=6.8, Dia.=5.5′, DC=5; 10×50 B; Maik Meyer (Limburg, Germany)
2014 Aug. 01.98 UT: m1=7.2, Dia.=3.0’, DC=6, Tail= 0.2 deg.; 25.4cm L (60x); Vyacheslav M. Ivanov (Kamysin, Russia) [Mist, astronomical twilight]
2014 Aug. 01.98 UT: m1=6.7, Dia.=5.0’, DC=7; 5.0cm R (9x); Vyacheslav M. Ivanov (Kamysin, Russia)
2014 Aug. 01.78 UT: m1=7.0, Dia.=6’, DC=5; 25cm L f:5 (39x); Chris Wyatt (Walcha, NSW, Australia) [Low altitude = 6.3°; Coma bright, moderately condensed centre fading gradually to edges, faint outer coma extension to the West but a tail not resolvable]
2014 Aug. 01.39 UT: m1=7.0, Dia.=5.0′, DC=4, Tail= no visible; 15×70 B; Filimon Martinez (OAN MPC820 Tarija, Bolivia) [Método Morris, Alt: 9°, * comparación HD 31550 6.7 y HD 31817 7.29]
2014 Aug. 01.39 UT: m1=7.2, Dia.=3.3′, DC=3/, Tail= no visible; 15×70 B; Roberto Condori (OAN MPC820 Tarija, Bolivia) [Método Morris, Alt: 9°, * comparación HD 31550 6.7 y HD 31817 7.29]
2014 Aug. 01.39 UT: m1=7,1, Dia.=5.0′, DC=3/, Tail= no visible; 15×70 B; Ismael Cuellar (OAN MPC820 Tarija, Bolivia) [Método Morris, Alt: 9°, * comparación HD 31550 6.7 y HD 31817 7.29]
2014 Aug. 01.36 UT: m1=7.0, Dia.=5′, DC=6, Tail= 0.2 degrees in PA: 260 degrees; 20×100 B; Marco Antonio Coelho Goiato (Araçatuba, Brazil)
2014 Aug. 01.34 UT: m1=6.7, Dia.=2′, DC=5; 20×80 B; Willian Souza (Sao Paulo, Brazil)
2014 Aug. 01.30 UT: m1=6.9, Dia.=5′, DC=5/; 11.4cm L f/8 (45x); Neil Norman (Ipswich, England)
2014 Aug. 01.07 UT: m1=6.6, Dia.=5.5′, DC=4/; 10×50 B; Maik Meyer (Limburg, Germany)
2014 Aug. 01.04 UT: m1=6.7, Dia.=6.0′, DC=5, Tail= 0.20 deg. in PA: 260 deg.; 7×50 B; Uwe Pilz (Leipzig, Germany)
2014 July 31.40 UT: m1=7.0, Dia.=5′, DC=5; 20×50 B; Luis Mansilla (OAN, MPC820, Tarija, Bolivia) [Alt= 16°]
2014 July 31.08 UT: m1=6.7, Dia.=5.5′, DC=4; 10×50 B; Maik Meyer (Limburg, Germany)
2014 July 30.79 UT: m1=7.0, Dia.=4.3’, DC=5; 25cm L f:5 (39x); Chris Wyatt (Walcha, NSW, Australia) [Low altitude = 7.6°; Coma circular in shape, faint edges, inner coma half is brighter and opaque with a moderately condensed central condensation. Appears aqua blue in colour, enhances strongly in Swan Band filter]
2014 July 30.49 UT: m1=6.5, Dia.=6′, DC=6; 10×50 B; Carl Hergenrother (Tucson, Arizona, USA)
2014 July 29.93 UT: m1=6.5, Dia.=5.0’, DC=7; 5.0cm R (9x); Vyacheslav M. Ivanov (Kamysin, Russia)
2014 July 29.93 UT: m1=7.0, Dia.=3.0’, DC=6, Tail= 0.4 deg.; 25.4cm L (60x); Vyacheslav M. Ivanov (Kamysin, Russia) [During this observation I could see long narrow tail for the first time]
2014 July 29.10 UT: m1=6.7, Dia.=8′, DC=7; 15×80 B; Alex Scholten (Wadebridge, United Kingdom)
2014 July 28.79 UT: m1=7.0, Dia.=5.5’, DC=5; 25cm L f:5 (39x); Chris Wyatt (Walcha, NSW, Australia) [Low altitude = 6.2°; Inner coma bright, not stellar, fades to edges gradually, enhances well in Swan Band filter, no tail. Coma appears circular)
2014 July 27.37 UT: m1=7.0, Dia.=2′, DC=6; 5cm R (25x); Alexandre Amorim (Florianopolis, Brazil) [altitude 14 degrees]
2014 July 27.11 UT: m1=6.0, Dia.=6′, DC=4; 11×80 B; Carlos Labordena (Castellón, España)
2014 July 27.10 UT: m1=6.3, Dia.=6′, DC=5; Tail= 15′; 20cm SCT (50x); Carlos Labordena (Castellón, España)
2014 July 26.94 UT: m1=6.8, Dia.=1.0’; DC=9; 3.0cm R (6X); Vyacheslav M. Ivanov (Saratov, Russia) [City lights, astronomical twilight]
2014 July 26.84 UT: m1=6.6, Dia.=4.4′, DC=5; 20cm L (30x); Man-To Hui (Nhut Thong Pau, Canton, China)
2014 July 26.11 UT: m1=6.3, Dia.=8′, DC=6; 15×80 B; Alex Scholten (Wadebridge, United Kingdom) (twilight)
2014 July 26.06 UT: m1=6.6, Dia.=3.5′, DC=5/; 20×100 B; Roberto Haver (Amelia, Italy) [Tail visible faintly, 20′ in length in PA: 285°]
2014 July 26.05 UT: m1=6.7, Dia.=2.0′, DC=s6, Tail= 0.07 deg. in PA: 308 deg.; 12cm R f/5 (50x); Uwe Pilz (Leipzig, Germany)
2014 July 26.04 UT: m1=7.1, Dia.=4.6′, DC=6, Tail= 1.0 deg. in PA: 270 deg.; 25×100 B; Jakub Cerný (Czech Republic)
2014 July 26.03 UT: m1=6.8, Dia.=5′, DC=7; 8×40 B; Jakub Cerný (Czech Republic)
2014 July 26.03 UT: m1=6.7; 7×50 B; Uwe Pilz (Leipzig, Germany)
2014 July 26.02 UT: m1=6.4, Dia.=4’, DC=6; 15×80 B; Sandor Szabo (Hungary)
2014 July 25.93 UT: m1=6.0, Dia.=3.0’, DC=7; 5.0cm R (9x); Vyacheslav M. Ivanov (Kamysin, Russia)
2014 July 25.46 UT: m1=6.4, Dia.=4′, DC=7; 10×50 B; Carl Hergenrother (Tucson, Arizona, USA)
2014 July 25.07 UT: m1=6.2, Dia.=3.5′, DC=4/; 10×50 B; Maik Meyer (Limburg, Germany)
2014 July 24.07 UT: m1=6.0; Dia.=3.5, DC=4; 10×50 B; Maik Meyer (Limburg, Germany)
2014 July 24.05 UT: m1=7.2, Dia.=3.8′, DC=6/, Tail= 0.75 deg. in PA: 270 deg.; 25×100 B; Jakub Cerný (Czech Republic)
2014 July 23.96 UT: m1=7.0, Dia.=2.0′, DC=7; 5.0cm R (9x); Vyacheslav M. Ivanov (Kamysin, Russia)
2014 July 23.36 UT: m1=6.3, Dia.=3′, DC=5; 10cm R (25x); Willian Souza (Sao Paulo, Brazil)
2014 July 23.35 UT: m1=6.4, Dia.=2′, DC=5; 20×80 B; Willian Souza (Sao Paulo, Brazil)
2014 July 23.11 UT: m1=6.6, Dia.=6′, DC=4; 11×80 B; Carlos Labordena (Castellón, España)
2014 July 23.10 UT: m1=6.7, Dia.=5′, DC=5; 20cm SCT (50x); Carlos Labordena (Castellón, España)
2014 July 22.12 UT: m1=6.5, Dia.=5′, DC=6; 15×80 B; Alex Scholten (Wadebridge, United Kingdom) (twilight, moonlight)
2014 July 21.36 UT: m1=6.2, Dia.=3′, DC=6; 10×50 B; Alexandre Amorim (Florianopolis, Brazil) [altitude 9 degrees]
2014 July 20.37 UT: m1=6.3, Dia.=3′, DC=7; 10×50 B; Alexandre Amorim (Florianopolis, Brazil) [altitude 9 degrees, moonlight]
2014 July 20.36 UT: m1=6.3, Dia.=5′, DC=6, Tail= 0.5 degrees in PA: 260 degrees; 20×100 B; Marco Antonio Coelho Goiato (Araçatuba, Brazil)
2014 July 20.36 UT: m1=6.4, Dia.=6′, DC=4/; 7×50 B; Marco Antonio Coelho Goiato (Araçatuba, Brazil)
2014 July 20.05 UT: m1=6.6, Dia.=4.5′, DC=5, Tail= 0.6 deg. in PA: 290 deg.; 25×100 B; Jakub Cerný
2014 July 20.02 UT: m1=6.3, Dia.=5′, DC=6; 6.8cm R f/5.9 (24x); Mieczyslaw Leszek Paradowski (Dabrowa, Poland) [moonlight and twilight (Sun: -13.5 deg), comet alt. 8 deg, cat. TK – Morris’ method used; interference from beta Tau in FOV – no tail; m1 corrected for summer extinction]
2014 July 19.37 UT: m1=6.1, Dia.=3′, DC=7; 10×50 B; Alexandre Amorim (Florianopolis, Brazil) [altitude 9 degrees, moonlight]
2014 July 19.06 UT: m1=6.7:, Dia.=3.8′, DC=6; 25×100 B; Jakub Cerný
2014 July 19.05 UT: m1=6.1, Dia.=3.0′, DC=4; 15×70 B; Uwe Pilz (Leipzig, Germany)
2014 July 18.46 UT: m1=6.3, Dia.=3′, DC=6; 10×50 B; Carl Hergenrother (Tucson, Arizona, USA)
2014 July 16.87 UT: m1=6.6, Dia.=&2′, DC=7; 20.0cm L f/5 (30x); Man-To Hui (Nhut Thong Pau, Canton, China) [twilight and clouds]
2014 July 16.37 UT: m1=6.0, Dia.=2′, DC=5; 20×80 B; Willian Souza (Sao Paulo, Brazil)
2014 July 14.37 UT: m1=6.0:, Dia.=2′, DC=6; 7cm R (28x); Alexandre Amorim (Florianopolis, Brazil) [altitude 6 degrees, moonlight]
2014 June 03.89 UT: m1=8.0, Dia.=–, DC=4/; 20.3cm SCT (50x); Alexandre Amorim (Florianopolis, Brazil) [altitude 14 degrees, light pollution, moonlight]
2014 June 03.35 UT: m1=7.9, Dia.=2.5’, DC=5; 25cm L f:5 (39x); Chris Wyatt (Walcha, NSW, Australia) [Bright inner coma gradually fading to edges, central condensation appears whitish in colour, surrounding coma appears more pale blue in colour. At x83 the inner coma appears offset to the West, outer coma appears elongated to the East. Close to bright star, low altitude = 9.2°, Moonlight.  Enhances well in Swan Band filter, no tail visible]
2014 June 02.92 UT: m1=7.3, Dia.=7′, DC=5, Tail= 0.2 deg. in PA: 115 deg.; 20×100 B; Marco Antonio Coelho Goiato (Araçatuba, Brazil) [moonlight interference]
2014 June 02.89 UT: m1=7.5, Dia.=4′, DC= 4; 7cm R (28x); Alexandre Amorim (Florianopolis, Brazil) [altitude 16 degrees]
2014 June 01.89 UT: m1=7.7, Dia.=3′, DC= 5; 7cm R (28x); Alexandre Amorim (Florianopolis, Brazil) [altitude 18 degrees]
2014 May  30.92 UT: m1=7.3, Dia.=8′, DC=4; 7×50 B; Marco Antonio Coelho Goiato (Araçatuba, Brazil)
2014 May  30.92 UT: m1=7.4, Dia.=8′, DC=5, Tail= 0.2 deg. in PA: 115 deg.; 20×100 B; Marco Antonio Coelho Goiato (Araçatuba, Brazil)
2014 May  30.90 UT: m1=7.7, Dia.=4′, DC= 4; 7cm R (28x); Alexandre Amorim (Florianopolis, Brazil) [altitude 19 degrees]
2014 May  30.37 UT: m1=7.5, Dia.=4′; 25×100 B; David A. J. Seargent (Cowra, NSW, Australia)
2014 May  30.37 UT: m1=7.7, Dia.=3′, DC=5; 25×100 B; Michael Mattiazzo (Swan Hill, Victoria)
2014 May  29.89 UT: m1=7.8, Dia.=4′, DC= 5; 7cm R (28x); Alexandre Amorim (Florianopolis, Brazil) [altitude 20 degrees]
2014 May  29.35 UT: m1=7.8, Dia.=3.5′, DC=4/; 11×70 B; Con Stoitsis (Nagambie, Victoria, Australia)
2014 May  26.92 UT: m1=7.3, Dia.=8′, DC=4; 7×50 B; Marco Antonio Coelho Goiato (Araçatuba, Brazil)
2014 May  26.92 UT: m1=7.4, Dia.=8′, DC=5, Tail= 0.2 deg. in PA 140 deg.; 20×100 B; Marco Antonio Coelho Goiato (Araçatuba, Brazil)
2014 May  26.35 UT: m1=7.7, Dia.=3’, DC=4; 25cm L f:5 (39x); Chris Wyatt (Walcha, NSW, Australia) [Coma elongated slightly to ESE, inner coma bright and moderately condensed. Swan Band filter enhances the outer coma and elongation, no tail. Hazy sky conditions, thin high cloud present, faint halo’s present around bright stars]
2014 May  24.35 UT: m1=7.9, Dia.=8’, DC=5; 11×70 B; Chris Wyatt (Walcha, NSW, Australia) [No tail, diffuse outer coma tapering to a bright central condensation but not stellar]
2014 May  23.35 UT: m1=7.3, Dia.=4′, Tail= 0.5 degrees PA= 120 deg.: 25×100 B; David A. J. Seargent (Cowra, NSW, Australia) Not 100% sure of tail, but strongly suspected.
2014 May  22.35 UT: m1=7.9, Dia.=4.8’, DC=5; 25cm L f:5 (39x); Chris Wyatt (Walcha, NSW, Australia) [No tail, inner coma bright and compact, not stellar, outer coma transparent and tenuous, conditions slightly hazy]
2014 May  21.98 UT: m1=7.7; Dia.=5′; DC=4; 25cm L f:4.5 (45x); Gonzalo Vargas (Cochabamba, Bolivia)
2014 May  21.35 UT: m2=11.8 CCD, Dia.=6.5′, Tail=&11′ in PA: 112 deg.; 0.50-m f/6.8 astrograph + CCD + focal reducer; A. Novichonok & T. Prystavski (iTelescope observatory, Q62 remotely from Siding Spring, Australia)
2014 May  21.35 UT: m1=7.3, Dia.=4′; 25×100 B; David A. J. Seargent (Cowra, NSW, Australia)
2014 May  21.35 UT: m1=7.8; Dia.=4’, DC=5; 25cm L f:5 (39x); Chris Wyatt (Walcha, NSW, Australia) [Inner coma bright, rapidly tapering in brightness to edges, faint background stars in coma, coma appear circular. Enhances strongly in Swan Band filter, no tail visible.]
2014 May  17.90 UT: m1=7.5; 10×50 B; Alexandre Amorim (Florianopolis, Brazil)
2014 May  16.14 UT: m1=7.4, Dia.=7′, DC=2; 10×50 B; Carl Hergenrother (Tucson, Arizona, USA)
2014 May  12.91 UT: m1=8.0:; 5cm L (20x); Alexandre Amorim (Florianopolis, Brazil) [moonligh interference]
2014 May  09.93 UT: m1=7.8, Dia.=7′, DC=2; 5cm L (20x); Alexandre Amorim (Florianopolis, Brazil) [moonligh interference]
2014 May  08.74 UT: m1=8.6, Dia.=5′, DC=4; 12×50 B; Giuseppe Pappa (Sicily, Italy)
2014 May  08.39 UT: m1=8.3, Dia.=4’, DC=4; 25cm L f:5 (x9x); Chris Wyatt (Walcha, NSW, Australia) [Outer coma transparent, gradually brightens to inner half of coma where brightness is more intense and slightly increases to a weakly condensed centre. Central condensation appears slightly offset to the NW. At x83 the outer coma appears tapered to the East. Coma enhances using Swan Band filter. Moonlight]
2014 May  08.09 UT: m1=10.9 CCD, Dia.=1.2’; Measures taken on CCD images unfiltered; Pierre Laporte (Cd’OA des Monts Notre-Dame, Québec, Canada)
2014 May  06.14 UT: m1=9.4:, Dia.=4′, DC=3/, Tail= Not visible; 15cm SCT (75x); Salvador Aguirre (Hermosillo, Sonora, Mexico)
2014 May  04.90 UT: m1=8.5:, Dia.=2.5′, DC=2; 18cm L (57x); Alexandre Amorim (Florianopolis, Brazil) [clouds and moonlight interference]
2014 May  04.14 UT: m1=8.6, Dia.=4′, DC=3; 30×125 B; Carl Hergenrother (Tucson, Arizona, USA)
2014 May  04.00 UT: m1=7.7, Dia.=12′, DC=3/; 20×100 B; Marco Antonio Coelho Goiato (Araçatuba, Brazil)
2014 May  03.94 UT: m1=8.6, Dia.=3′, DC=5, no cola; 11×80 B; Carlos Labordena (Castellón, España)
2014 May  03.91 UT: m1=8.5, Dia.=5′, DC=0; 7cm L (28x); Alexandre Amorim (Florianopolis, Brazil)
2014 May  03.87 UT: m1=8.7, Dia.=6′, DC=3, no cola; 11×80 B; Carlos Labordena (Castellón, España)
2014 May  03.86 UT: m1=8.8, Dia.=6′, DC=3, no cola; 20cm SCT (50x); Carlos Labordena (Castellón, España)
2014 May  03.45 UT: m1=8.0, Dia.=6′, DC=4; 40.0cm L f/4.5 (36x); Seiichi Yoshida (Gunma, Japan)
2014 May  02.91 UT: m1=8.5, Dia.=4′, DC=2; 18cm L (57x); Alexandre Amorim (Florianopolis, Brazil)
2014 May  02.16 UT: m1=8.5, Dia.=10′, DC=3; 25cm L (45x); Gonzalo Vargas (Cochabamba Bolivia)
2014 May  01.99 UT: m1=8.5, Dia.=5′, DC=0; 7cm L (28x); Alexandre Amorim (Florianopolis, Brazil)
2014 May  01.93 UT: m1=8.5:, Dia.=4′, DC=2; 18cm L (57x); Alexandre Amorim (Florianopolis, Brazil) [clouds interference]
2014 May  01.82 UT: m1=8.7, Dia.=7.5′, DC=1/; 20×80 B; Marek Biely (Brno, Czech Republic) [It brightened about 1 mag within 2 weeks. But it is very diffuse, so hard to see. Low altitude: 15,3 deg. above the horizon. Correction for an atmospheric extinction was not needed. Slight interference of astronomical twilight]
2014 May  01.13 UT: m1=9.4, Dia.=4′, DC=3/, Tail= Not visible; 15cm SCT (36x); Salvador Aguirre (Hermosillo, Sonora, Mexico)
2014 Apr. 30.94 UT: m1=7.8, Dia.=12′, DC=2/; 7×50 B; Marco Antonio Coelho Goiato (Araçatuba, Brazil)
2014 Apr. 30.93 UT: m1=7.9, Dia.=12′, DC=3/; 20×100 B; Marco Antonio Coelho Goiato (Araçatuba, Brazil)
2014 Apr. 30.84 UT: m1=8.4, Dia.=4.5′, DC=3; 15×80 B; Sandor Szabo (Sopron, Hungary)
2014 Apr. 30.35 UT: m1=7.5, Dia.=12′, DC=3; 9×63 B; Stuart T. Rae (Karamu, New Zealand) [Comet has brigthened significantly in past week, larger more diffuse coma than the last observation]
2014 Apr. 29.93 UT: m1=8.8:, Dia.=–, DC=1; 18cm L (57x); Alexandre Amorim (Florianopolis, Brazil) [averted vision, humidity]
2014 Apr. 29.14 UT: m1=9.0, Dia.=4′, DC=3; 30×125 B; Carl Hergenrother (Tucson, Arizona, USA)
2014 Apr. 29.00 UT: m1=8.0, Dia.=12′, DC=2/; 7×50 B; Marco Antonio Coelho Goiato (Araçatuba, Brazil)
2014 Apr. 28.92 UT: m1=8.8, Dia.=4′, DC=2; 18cm L (57x); Alexandre Amorim (Florianopolis, Brazil)
2014 Apr. 28.38 UT: m1=8.5, Dia.=10’, DC=2/; 11×70 B; Chris Wyatt (Walcha, NSW, Australia) [Outer coma appears diffuse and transparent, brightening slightly to centre with a diffuse weakly formed condensation, also visible in 7×50 B’s]
2014 Apr. 27.94 UT: m1=8.1, Dia.=12′, DC=2/; 5cm B (7x); Marco Antonio Coelho Goiato (Araçatuba, Brazil)
2014 Apr. 27.93 UT: m1=8.2, Dia.=10′, DC=3; 10cm B (20x); Marco Antonio Coelho Goiato (Araçatuba, Brazil)
2014 Apr. 26.94 UT: m1=8.8, Dia.=3′, DC=2; 18cm L (57x); Alexandre Amorim (Florianopolis, Brazil)
2014 Apr. 26.00 UT: m1=8.4, Dia.=9′, DC=3; 20×100 B; Marco Antonio Coelho Goiato (Araçatuba, Brazil)
2014 Apr. 25.13 UT: m1=9.5, Dia.=3′, DC=3; 30×125 B; Carl Hergenrother (Tucson, Arizona, USA)
2014 Apr. 25.00 UT: m1=8.5, Dia.=8′, DC=3; 20×100 B; Marco Antonio Coelho Goiato (Araçatuba, Brazil)
2014 Apr. 24.83 UT: m1=9.0, Dia.=7′, DC=2/; 15.0cm R f/5 (38x); Maik Meyer (Frauenstein, Erzgebirge, Germany)
2014 Apr. 24.49 UT: m1=8.5, Dia.=6; 25×100 B; David A. J. Seargent (Cowra, NSW, Australia)
2014 Apr. 23.83 UT: m1=9.2, Dia.=7′, DC=2/; 15.0cm R f/5 (38x); Maik Meyer (Frauenstein, Erzgebirge, Germany)
2014 Apr. 23.51 UT: m1=8.5, Dia.=9’, DC=2; 7×50 B; Chris Wyatt (Walcha, NSW, Australia] [Coma appears round, diffuse outer coma, slightly brighter inner coma but also diffused]
2014 Apr. 23.33 UT: m1=8.6, Dia.=6′, DC=4; 9×63 B; Stuart Rae (Karamu, New Zealand)
2014 Apr. 22.84 UT: m1=9.2, Dia.=5.5′, DC=2/; 15.0cm R f/5 (38x); Maik Meyer (Frauenstein, Erzgebirge, Germany)
2014 Apr. 22.50 UT: m1=8.6, Dia.=5; 25×100 B; David A. J. Seargent (Cowra, NSW, Australia)
2014 Apr. 22.36 UT: m1=8.6, Dia.=7′, DC=5; 9×63 B; Stuart Rae (Karamu, New Zealand)
2014 Apr. 22.17 UT: m1=10.5:, Dia.=2′, DC=7/, Tail= Not visible; 15cm SCT (36x); Salvador Aguirre (Hermosillo, Sonora, Mexico)
2014 Apr. 21.04 UT: m1=9.0, Dia.=8′, DC=2/; 20×100 B; Marco Antonio Coelho Goiato (Araçatuba, Brazil)
2014 Apr. 20.84 UT: m1=9.2, Dia.=6.5′, DC=2/; 15.0cm R f/5 (38x); Maik Meyer (Frauenstein, Erzgebirge, Germany)
2014 Apr. 20.17 UT: m1=9.5, Dia.=5’, DC=2, Cola= no visible; 25cm SCT (40x); Alberto Anunziato (Oro Verde, Argentina)
2014 Apr. 19.40 UT: m1=8.8, Dia.=5; 10×50 B; David A. J. Seargent (Cowra, NSW, Australia)
2014 Apr. 19.38 UT: m2=12.9 CCD, Dia.=&10′, Tail=9.7′ in PA: 103 deg.; 0.11m f/5.0 refractor + CCD; A. Novichonok & T. Prystavski (iTelescope observatory, Q62. Remotely Siding Spring, Australia)
2014 Abr. 18.84 UT: m1=9.6, Dia.=4′, DC=4, no cola; 20cm SCT(50x); Carlos Labordena (Castellón, España)
2014 Apr. 17.83 UT: m1=9.6:, Dia.=&4.5′, DC=2/; 20×80 B; Marek Biely (Brno, Czech Republic) [Very diffuse and extremely difficult to see it. I tried to find it for about 40 minutes. Slight interference of astronomical twilight. Limit observation.]
2014 Apr. 17.84 UT: m1=9.8, Dia.=4.1′, DC=4; 7.6cm L f/4 (38x); Marek Biely (Brno, Czech Republic) [Better visible by this telescope. Comet is diffuse but about a bit more condensed than at the previous observation. Slight interference of astronomical twilight.]
2014 Apr. 16.93 UT: m1=9.2, Dia.=6′, DC=3; 20×100 B; Marco Antonio Coelho Goiato (Araçatuba, Brazil)
2014 Apr. 16.83 UT: m1=10.0, Dia.=1.5′, DC=2; 32cm L f/5 (96x); Uwe Pilz (Leipzig, Germany)
2014 Apr. 06.96 UT: m1=10.4, Dia.=2.5′, DC=4; 20cm SCT (80x); Carlos Labordena (Castellón, España)
2014 Apr. 06.94 UT: m1=10.5:, Dia.=1′, DC=4; 18cm L (57x); Alexandre Amorim (Florianopolis, Brazil)
2014 Apr. 06.05 UT: m1=9.6, Dia.=5′, DC=4; 10cm R f/5 (28x); Willian Souza (Monte Verde, Brazil)
2014 Apr. 05.51 UT: m1=9.2, Dia.=7′, DC=4/5; 25×100 B; Michael Mattiazzo (Swan Hill, Victoria) [Very large diffuse coma. Comet is rapidly brightening, If this rate continues, it has the potential to reach faint naked eye brightness in July]
2014 Apr. 05.17 UT: m1=9.9, DC=3; 20×100 B; Marco Antonio Coelho Goiato (Araçatuba, Brazil)
2014 Apr. 05.15 UT: m1=9.8, Dia.=5′, DC=2/; 20×100 B; Marco Antonio Coelho Goiato (Araçatuba, Brazil)
2014 Apr. 05.15 UT: m1=10.1, Dia.=4′, DC=4; 22cm L (57.6x); Marco Antonio Coelho Goiato (Araçatuba, Brazil)
2014 Apr. 04.98 UT: m1=10.7:; 18cm L (57x); Alexandre Amorim (Florianopolis, Brazil) [humidity]
2014 Apr. 04.49 UT: m1=9.5, Dia.=7′, DC=4/; 25×100 B; Michael Mattiazzo (Swan Hill, Victoria)
2014 Apr. 04.40 UT: m1=10.2, Dia.=4′, DC=4; 25.4cm L (40x); Stuart Rae (Karamu, New Zealand)
2014 Apr. 03.50 UT: m1=8.7; Dia.=9’, DC=2; 7×50 B; Chris Wyatt (Walcha, NSW, Australia) [Coma diffuse, conditions slightly hazy due to high humidity, limiting magnitude naked eye = +6.3. Slightly affected by light pollution, obs taken from backyard in town.]
2014 Apr. 03.15 UT: m1=11.0, Dia.=4′, DC=3/, Tail= Not visible; 15cm SCT (36x); Salvador Aguirre (Hermosillo, Sonora, Mexico)
2014 Apr. 02.46 UT: m1=8.9, Dia.=15’, DC=2; 7×50 B; Chris Wyatt (Walcha, NSW, Australia] [Coma appears as a large and circular hazy patch with slight brightening to centre, easily resolvable from background sky]
2014 Apr. 02.43 UT: m1=9.7, Dia.=5, DC=5; 25cm L f:5 (39x); Chris Wyatt (Walcha, NSW, Australia] [Coma appears elongated to the NE approximately, inner coma shows a faint streak which tapers to the NE. Outer coma is large and transparent. Bright star to the SW of the inner coma]
2014 Apr. 01.95 UT: m1=10.5, Dia.=3′, DC=4; 22cm L (120x); Marco Antonio Coelho Goiato (Araçatuba, Brazil)
2014 Apr. 01.50 UT: m1=9.9, Dia.=8′, DC=4/5; 20cm L (67x); Michael Mattiazzo (Swan Hill, Victoria) [I make it out as 9.7 through 25x100mm binoculars]
2014 Mar. 31.42 UT: m1=10.3, Dia.=6.5’, DC=5/6; 25cm L f:5 (39x); Chris Wyatt (Walcha, NSW, Australia) [Outer coma appears transparent, inner coma slightly brighter with a small central condensation which appears stellar in periods of good seeing. Enhances moderately using Swan Band filter, no tail]
2014 Mar. 30.55 UT: m1=10.0: CCD, Dia.=6.4′, Tail=6.0′ in PA: 75 deg.; 0.11m f/5.0 refractor + CCD; A. Novichonok & T. Prystavski (iTelescope observatory, Q62. Remotely from Siding Spring, Australia)
2014 Mar. 30.15 UT: m1=10.7, Dia.=2.5′, DC=3/; 40.6cm L f/4.5 (108x); Todd Augustyniak (Harmon, Illinois, USA) [Fainter outer coma with a brighter inner region; 16 degrees above southern horizon]
2014 Mar. 29.95 UT: m1=10.5:; 18cm L (57x); Alexandre Amorim (Florianopolis, Brazil) [averted vision]
2014 Mar. 28.96 UT: m1=10.5, Dia.=1′, DC=4; 18cm L (57x); Alexandre Amorim (Florianopolis, Brazil)
2014 Mar. 28.87 UT: m1=10.7, Dia.=1.4′, DC=5; 50.8cm L (189x); Sandor Szabo (Sopron, Hungary)
2014 Mar. 28.25 UT: m1=10.3, Dia.=3′, DC=2; 30×125 B; Carl Hergenrother (Tucson, Arizona, USA)
2014 Mar. 28.00 UT: m1=11.0:, Dia.=1′, DC=5/; 18cm L (57x); Alexandre Amorim (Florianopolis, Brazil) [humidity]
2014 Mar. 27.17 UT: m1=11.0, Dia.=2′, DC=3/, Tail= Not visible; 15cm SCT (36x); Salvador Aguirre (Hermosillo, Sonora, Mexico)
2014 Mar. 25.96 UT: m1=10.6, Dia.=2′, DC=3, no cola; 20cm SCT (80x); Carlos Labordena (Castellón, España)
2014 Mar. 24.02 UT: m1=10.7, Dia.=2′, DC=3/; 22cm L (160x); Marco Antonio Coelho Goiato (Araçatuba, Brazil)
2014 Mar. 23.96 UT: m1=10.5, Dia.=1.5′, DC=3; 18cm L (57x); Alexandre Amorim (Florianopolis, Brazil)
2014 Mar. 23.50 UT: m1=10.4, Dia.=3.7’, DC=4; 25cm L f:5 (39x); Chris Wyatt (Walcha, NSW, Australia) [Coma appears large, diffuse transparent outer coma gradually brightening to centre, central condensation appears diffused and elongated slightly to the NE approximately, no tail]
2014 Mar. 23.06 UT: m1=10.8, Dia.=1.5′, DC=5; 18cm L (57x); Alexandre Amorim (Florianopolis, Brazil)
2014 Mar. 22.42 UT: m1=9.8, Dia.=6′; 25×100 B; David A. J. Seargent (Cowra, NSW, Australia) [Some enhancement using Swan band filter]
2014 Mar. 22.42 UT: m1=10.7, Dia.=3.6’, DC=5/6; 25cm L f:5 (39x); Chris Wyatt (Walcha, NSW, Australia) [Coma very large, circular in appearance, and transparent across much of the diameter with a small and compact central condensation. Slightly enhances using Swan Band filter, at 83x the central condensation appears elongated to the NE, and when Swan Band filter is applied the almost stellar central condensation disappears showing a more evenly illuminated inner coma. Close to bright star]
2014 Mar. 22.38 UT: m1=11.0, Dia.=1.5′, DC=4; 4.5” L f/8 (43x); Rob Kaufman (Bright, Victoria, Australia) [Averted vision, tail not visible, moderately condensed]
2014 Mar. 19.41 UT: m1=10.7, Dia.=3′, DC=4; 20cm L (67x); Michael Mattiazzo (Swan Hill, Victoria) [First observation, made prior to moonrise. Coma appears slight to moderately condensed and is slightly enhanced using a Swan Band filter]
2014 Mar. 13.75 UT: m1=11.5: CCD, Dia.=&2.8′, Tail=2.4′ in PA: 16 deg.; 0.32-m f/7.4 Ritchey-Chretien + CCD; A. Novichonok & T. Prystavski (iTelescope observatory, Q62. Remotely Siding Spring, Australia)
2014 Mar. 13.17 UT: m1=10.5:, Dia.=2′, DC=3; 22cm L (160x); Marco Antonio Coelho Goiato (Araçatuba, Brazil) [clouds, moonlight]

P/2014 E1 (LARSON) (4 observaciones)
2014 May  19.88 UT: m1=[15.2 NEGATIVE; 50.8cm L (307x); Sandor Szabo (Sopron, Hungary)
2014 Apr. 22.51 UT: m1=15.7 CCD, Dia.=0.4′, Tail=1.5′ in PA: 303 deg.; 0.32-m f/7.4 Ritchey-Chretien + CCD; A. Novichonok & T. Prystavski (iTelescope observatory, Q62. Remotely Siding Spring, Australia)
2014 Apr. 08.62 UT: m1=16.4 CCD, Dia.=0.30′, Tail=1.5′ in PA: 302 deg.; 0.32-m f/7.4 Ritchey-Chretien + CCD; A. Novichonok & T. Prystavski (iTelescope observatory, Q62. Remotely Siding Spring, Australia)
2014 Mar. 11.35 UT: m1=17.5: CCD, Tail=0.4′ in PA 296 deg.; 0.61-m f/6.5 astrograph + CCD; A. Novichonok & T. Prystavski (Sierra Remote Observatory, U69. Auberry, California, USA)

C/2014 C3 (NEOWISE) (3 observaciones)
2014 Apr. 28.30 UT: m1=17.1 CCD, Dia.=0.32′, Tail=1.6′ in PA: 128 deg.; 0.43-m f/6.8 astrograph + CCD + f/4.5 focal reducer; A. Novichonok & T.Prystavski (iTelescope observatory, H06 remotely Mayhill, U.S.A.)
2014 Mar. 30.52 UT: m1=15.2 CCD, Dia.=0.44′, Tail=1.9′ in PA: 150 deg.; 0.32-m f/7.4 Ritchey-Chretien + CCD; A. Novichonok & T. Prystavski (iTelescope observatory, Q62. Remotely Siding Spring, Australia)
2014 Feb. 24.69 UT: m1=17.0: CCD; 0.32-m f/7.4 Ritchey-Chretien + CCD; A. Novichonok & T. Prystavski (iTelescope observatory, Q62. Remotely Siding Spring, Australia)

C/2014 C2 (STEREO) (3 observaciones)
2014 Mar. 30.11 UT: m1=17.1 CCD, Dia.=0.25′; 0.43-m f/6.8 astrograph + CCD + f/4.5 focal reducer; A. Novichonok & T. Prystavski (iTelescope observatory, H06. Remotely Mayhill, U.S.A.)
2014 Mar. 29.13 UT: m1=17.5: CCD; 0.43-m f/6.8 astrograph + CCD + f/4.5 focal reducer; A. Novichonok & T.Prystavski (iTelescope observatory, H06. Remotely Mayhill, U.S.A.)
2014 Mar. 20.10 UT: m1=16.0: CCD; 0.43-m f/6.8 astrograph + CCD + f/4.5 focal reducer; A. Novichonok & T. Prystavski (iTelescope observatory, H06. Remotely Mayhill, U.S.A.) [11 single images were co-added for the photometry]

C/2014 AA52 (Catalina) (2 observaciones)
2014 Dec. 12.45 UT: m1=15.6 CCD, Dia.=0.3′, Tail=0.5′ in PA: 353 deg.; [T12]0.11m f/5.0 refractor + CCD; A. Novichonok & T. Prystavski (iTelescope observatory, Q62 remotely from Siding Spring, Australia)
2014 Sep. 28.77 UT: m1=16.5 CCD, Dia.=0.5′; [T12] 0.11m f/5.0 refractor + CCD; A. Novichonok, T. Prystavski, N. Teymurov (iTelescope observatory, Q62, remotely from Siding Spring, Australia)

C/2014 A4 (SONEAR) (7 observaciones)
2014 Dec. 28.25 UT: m1=15.2 CCD, Dia.=0.47′; [T20] 0.1-m f/5.0 astrograph + CCD; A. Novichonok & T. Prystavski (iTelescope observatory, H06 remotely from Mayhill, U.S.A.)
2014 Nov. 16.48 UT: m1=15.2 CCD Dia.=0.44′, Tail=0.8′ in PA: 116 deg.; [T31] 0.50-m f/6.8 astrograph + CCD + focal reducer; A. Novichonok & T. Prystavski (iTelescope observatory, Q62, remotely from Siding Spring, Australia)
2014 Oct. 28.03 UT: m1=15.4, Dia.=0.2’, DC=6; 50.8cm L (307x); Sandor Szabo (Stuhleck, Austria) [Motion was checked during a 50 minutes period]
2014 Sep. 07.80 UT: m1=15.8 CCD, Dia.=0.37′, Tail=&0.6′ in PA: 151 deg.; [T12] 0.11m f/5.0 refractor + CCD; A. Novichonok, T. Prystavski, N. Teymurov (iTelescope observatory, Q62, remotely from Siding Spring, Australia)
2014 Sep. 02.70 UT: m1=16.0: CCD, Dia.=&0.3′, Tail= 0.3′ in PA: 138 deg.; 0.32-m f/7.4 Ritchey-Chretien + CCD; A. Novichonok & T. Prystavski (iTelescope observatory, Q62, remotely from Siding Spring, Australia)
2014 Jul. 30.77 UT: m1=16.1 CCD, Dia.=0.32′; 0.43-m f/6.8 astrograph + CCD; A. Novichonok & T. Prystavski (iTelescope observatory, Q62 remotely from Siding Spring, Australia)
2014 July 11.83 UT: m1=16.9: CCD, Dia.=&0.2′, Tail=&0.1′ in PA: 296 deg.; 0.43-m f/6.8 astrograph + CCD; A. Novichonok & T.Prystavski (iTelescope observatory, Q62. Remotely Siding Spring, Australia)

C/2013 X1 (PANSTARRS) (2 observaciones)
2014 Dec. 19.99 UT: m1=15.8 CCD, Dia.=0.4′, Tail=0.3′ in PA: 78 deg.; [T16] 0.15-m f/7.3 refractor + CCD; A. Novichonok & T. Prystavski (AstroCamp Observatory, I89 remotely from Nerpio, Spain)
2014 Nov. 25.48 UT: m1=16.3 CCD, Dia.=0.24′; [T20] 0.1-m f/5.0 astrograph + CCD; A. Novichonok & T. Prystavski (iTelescope observatory, H06, remotely Mayhill, U.S.A.)

C/2013 Y2 (PANSTARRS) (9 observaciones)
2014 Sep. 10.37 UT: m1=17.2: CCD, Dia.=&0.2′; [T9] 0.32-m f/7.4 Ritchey-Chretien + CCD; A. Novichonok & T. Prystavski (iTelescope observatory, Q62, remotely from Siding Spring, Australia)
2014 Aug. 28.37 UT: m1=15.9 CCD, Dia.=0.5′; 0.32-m f/7.4 Ritchey-Chretien + CCD; A. Novichonok & T. Prystavski (iTelescope observatory, Q62, remotely from Siding Spring, Australia)
2014 Jul. 19.39 UT: m1=15.2 CCD, Dia.=0.64′; 0.43-m f/6.8 astrograph + CCD; A. Novichonok & T.Prystavski (iTelescope observatory, Q62 remotely Siding Spring, Australia)
2014 June 25.36 UT: m1=13.9: CCD, Dia.=&1.3′; 0.32-m f/7.4 Ritchey-Chretien + CCD; A. Novichonok & T. Prystavski (iTelescope observatory, Q62 Remotely from Siding Spring, Australia)
2014 May  21.37 UT: m1=14.5 CCD, Dia.=0.7′; 0.32-m f/7.4 Ritchey-Chretien + CCD; A. Novichonok & T. Prystavski (iTelescope observatory, Q62 remotely Siding Spring, Australia)
2014 Apr. 20.50 UT: m1=14.8 CCD, Dia.=0.68′; 0.32-m f/7.4 Ritchey-Chretien + CCD; A. Novichonok & T. Prystavski (iTelescope observatory, Q62. Remotely Siding Spring, Australia)
2014 Mar. 28.80 UT: m1=14.0, Dia.=0.4′, DC=1; 50.8cm L (307x); Sandor Szabo (Sopron, Hungary)
2014 Mar. 21.45 UT: m1=14.1 CCD, Dia.=0.67′; 0.50-m f/6.8 astrograph + CCD + focal reducer; A. Novichonok & T. Prystavski (iTelescope observatory, Q62. Remotely from Siding Spring, Australia)
2014 Jan. 11.70 UT: m1=16.6: CCD, Dia.=&0.3′; 0.32-m f/7.4 Ritchey-Chretien + CCD; A. Novichonok & T. Prystavski (iTelescope observatory, Q62. Remotely Siding Spring, Australia)

C/2013 V5 (Oukaimeden) (110 observaciones)
2014 Dec. 29.54 UT: m1=14.6: CCD, Dia.=&0.9′, Tail=&8′ in PA: 121 deg.; [T20] 0.1-m f/5.0 astrograph + CCD; A. Novichonok & T. Prystavski (iTelescope observatory, H06 remotely from Mayhill, U.S.A.) [2 frames were co-added for the photometry]
2014 Oct. 21.40 UT: m1=10.6, Dia.=1.5’, DC=3; 25cm L f:5 (39x); Chris Wyatt (Walcha, NSW, Australia) [Diffuse outer coma, inner coma brighter but weakly condensed. Low altitude = 6.1°; Zodiacal light, bad seeing conditions near horizon]
2014 Oct. 19.39 UT: m1=10.2, Dia.=1.9’, DC=5/; 25cm L f:5 (39x); Chris Wyatt (Walcha, NSW, Australia) [Coma has very diffuse edges, brighter inner coma although diffused with a small, faint, sometimes stellar central condensation. Low altitude = 11.1°; Zodiacal light]
2014 Oct. 18.40 UT: m1=9.5, Dia.=1.8′, DC=4/; 20cm; Con Stoitsis (Nagambie, Victoria, Australia) [Coma diffused towards the edges, inner coma is more condensed and obvious. Elongated to SE]
2014 Oct. 16.39 UT: m1=9.8, Dia.=2’, DC=4; 25cm L f:5 (39x); Chris Wyatt (Walcha, NSW, Australia) [Com has diffuse edges, slightly brighter inner coma that is elongated to ESE approximately, bluish in colour. Sometimes shows a faint stellaring at centre. Small faint tail visible, 4’ in length in PA 130°; Low altitude = 11.8°; Zodiacal light]
2014 Oct. 15.40 UT: m1=9.5, Dia.=2’, DC=4; 25cm L f:5 (39x); Chris Wyatt (Walcha, NSW, Australia) [Close to bright star. Outer coma faint, inner coma bright and moderately condensed. Faint tail visible, 6’ in length in PA 110°; Low altitude = 10.7°; Zodiacal light]
2014 Oct. 09.94 UT: m1=8.7, Dia.=4′, DC=5; 20×100 B; Marco Antonio Coelho Goiato (Araçatuba, Brazil)
2014 Oct. 08.43 UT: m1=8.9, Dia.=3.1’, DC=5; 25cm L f:5 (39x); Chris Wyatt (Walcha, NSW, Australia) [Moon in Total Eclipse; Low altitude = 6.0°. Outer coma diffuse, inner coma slightly elongated to SE, small bright central condensation visible. Faint tail visible 4’ in length in P.A. 117°. Conditions slightly hazy due to dissipating cloud]
2014 Oct. 07.94 UT: m1=8.3, Dia.=4′, DC=4; 20×100 B; Marco Antonio Coelho Goiato (Araçatuba, Brazil) [moonlight]
2014 Oct. 07.93 UT: m1=7.8:, Dia.=2′, DC=5; 18cm L (57x); Alexandre Amorim (Florianopolis, Brazil) [moonlight]
2014 Oct. 03.93 UT: m1=7.9, Dia.=4′, DC=5, Tail= 0.3 deg in PA: 130 deg.; 20×100 B; Marco Antonio Coelho Goiato (Araçatuba, Brazil) [moonlight]
2014 Oct. 02.37 UT: m1=8.1, Dia.=2.7’, DC=5; 25cm L f:5 (39x); Chris Wyatt (Walcha, NSW, Australia) [Moonlight; Coma has bright central condensation, almost stellar, diffuse edges. Outer coma elongated to SSE, faint tail visible 10’ in length in P.A. 121°]
2014 Oct. 01.38 UT: m1=7.7, Dia.=2.6’, DC=5/; 25cm L f:5 (39x); Chris Wyatt (Walcha, NSW, Australia) [Moonlight; Faint tail 18’ in length in P.A. 127°. Coma appears aqua-blue in colour, bright central condensation, sometimes stellar. Outer coma very faint. Coma enhances well in Swan Band filter]
2014 Sep. 30.94 UT: m1=7.3, Dia.=5′, DC=5; 20×100 B; Marco Antonio Coelho Goiato (Araçatuba, Brazil) [moonlight]
2014 Sep. 28.94 UT: m1=7.1, Dia.=5′, DC=5; 20×100 B; Marco Antonio Coelho Goiato (Araçatuba, Brazil) [moonlight]
2014 Sep. 26.42 UT: m1=7.1, Dia.=4′, DC=6, Tail= 8′ in PA: 140 deg.; 25×100 B; David A. J. Seargent (Cowra, NSW, Australia)
2014 Sep. 26.38 UT: m1=7.1, Dia.=6.1’, DC=6; 11×70 B; Chris Wyatt (Walcha, NSW, Australia) [Low altitude = 17.9°; Close to bright star, coma has bright central condensation with opaque inner coma and fading to edges, aqua blue in colour. Faint tail visible 22.5’ in length in PA: 137°]
2014 Sep. 25.94 UT: m1=6.9, Dia.=6′, DC=5; 20x100B; Marco Antonio Coelho Goiato (Araçatuba, Brazil) [clouds]
2014 Sep. 25.41 UT: m1=7.2, Dia.=3′, DC=5, Tail= 30′ in PA: 144 deg., 25×100 B; David A. J. Seargent (Swan Hill, Victoria, Australia)
2014 Sep. 24.37 UT: m1=6.9, Dia.=7’, DC=6; 11×70 B; Chris Wyatt (Walcha, NSW, Australia) [Low altitude = 15.4°; Faint transparent tail visible 24’ in length in P.A. 157°. Outer coma diffuse , bright star-like central condensation]
2014 Sep. 23.93 UT: m1=6.6, Dia.=7′, DC=6; 20×100 B; Marco Antonio Coelho Goiato (Araçatuba, Brazil)
2014 Sep. 23.41 UT: m1=7.0:, Dia.=3′, DC=5, Tail= ~30′ in PA: 150 deg.; 25×100 B; David A. J. Seargent (Cowra, NSW, Australia)
2014 Sep. 23.39 UT: m1=7.0, Dia.=8.9’, DC=5/; 11×70 B; Chris Wyatt (Walcha, NSW, Australia) [Low altitude = 8.6°; Tail visible to South approximately, 13.3’ in length. Extinction corrections not required]
2014 Sep. 23.37 UT: m1=7.3, Dia.=4.3’, DC=6; 25cm L f:5 (39x); Chris Wyatt (Walcha, NSW, Australia) [Low altitude = 13.6°. Narrow tail visible 22’ in length in P.A. 151°; Inner coma enhances well in Swan Band filter, bluish in colour. Bright stellar central condensation; Outer coma appears diffuse and transparent with a faint extension to NW approximately. Extinction corrections not required]
2014 Sep. 22.92 UT: m1=6.9, Dia.=5′, DC=6; 10×50 B; Alexandre Amorim (Florianopolis, Brazil) [altitude 14 degrees]
2014 Sep. 22.40 UT: m1=6.7; 6×35 B; David A. J. Seargent (Cowra, NSW, Australia)
2014 Sep. 22.38 UT: m1=6.6, Tail= 20′ in PA: 170 deg.; 20×80 B; Paul Camilleri (Cobram, Victoria, Australia) [the comet still looks healthy, much the same as it was on my last observation in the morning sky on Sep 13.78 UT]
2014 Sep. 21.93 UT: m1=6.5, Dia.=7′, DC=6, Tail= 1 deg. in PA: 170 deg.; 20×100 B; Marco Antonio Coelho Goiato (Araçatuba, Brazil) [Comet altitude: 7º, Nautical twilight, atmospheric extinction applied]
2014 Sep. 21.92 UT: m1=6.5, Dia.=5′, DC=4/; 10×50 B; Alexandre Amorim (Florianopolis, Brazil) [altitude 12 degrees]
2014 Sep. 21.39 UT: m1=6.7, Tail= 20′ in PA: 165 deg.; 25×100 B; David A. J. Seargent (Cowra, NSW, Australia)
2014 Sep. 20.40 UT: m1=6.7, Dia.=4′, DC=5/, Tail= 25′ in PA: 178 deg.; 25×100 B; Michael Mattiazzo (Swan Hill, Victoria) [Comet altitude 7 degrees. Morris method. In a 20cm reflector, faint starlike nucleus of approximate magnitude 12, surrounded by a moderately condensed coma. Tail is slightly more pronounced on its eastern border.]
2014 Sep. 20.35 UT: m1=7.0, Dia.=3.2’, DC=5/; 25cm L f:5 (39x); Chris Wyatt (Walcha, NSW, Australia) [Twilight, Low altitude = 9.8°. Coma is diffuse with small bright central condensation, short tail 12’ in length in P.A. 173°; Coma bluish in colour, enhances using Swan Band filter. Observation ended due to obstruction by trees. Visible using 11×70 B’s but no mag estimate was able to be made due to obstruction]
2014 Sep. 18.77 UT: m1=6.2:, Dia.=3.6’, DC= 5/; 25cm L f:5 (39x); Chris Wyatt (Walcha, NSW, Australia) [Moonlight, Twilight; Tail visible 20’ in length in P.A. 194°, although faint and transparent, appears straight. Coma shows a bright opaque inner coma with small central condensation, brightness fading to edges, bluish in colour. Low altitude = 6.8°. (Magnitude uncertain due to low alt and brightening twilight)]
2014 Sep. 17.35 UT: m1=6.6, Dia.=5′, DC=4/; 20×100 B; Marco Antonio Coelho Goiato (Araçatuba, Brazil) [Nautical Twilight, clouds. Comet altitude: 9 degrees]
2014 Sep. 16.34 UT: m1=6.5, Dia.=5′, DC=6; 10×50 B; Alexandre Amorim (Florianopolis, Brazil) [altitude 14 degrees]
2014 Sep. 16.33 UT: m1=6.5, Dia.=5′, DC=5; 15×70 B; Willian Souza (Sao Paulo, Brazil)
2014 Sep. 14.35 UT: m1=6.8, Dia.=5′, DC=6, Tail= 1 deg. in PA: 240 deg.; 20×100 B; Marco Antonio Coelho Goiato (Araçatuba, Brazil) [moonlight]
2014 Sep. 14.35 UT: m1=6.7, Dia.=5′, DC=5; 7cm R (28x); Alexandre Amorim (Florianopolis, Brazil)[nautical twilight]
2014 Sep. 16.34 UT: m1=6.5, Dia.=5′, DC=6; 10×50 B; Alexandre Amorim (Florianopolis, Brazil) [altitude 14 degrees]
2014 Sep. 14.33 UT: m1=6.5, Dia.=5′, DC=4/; 10cm R f/5 (25x); Willian Souza (Sao Paulo, Brazil)
2014 Sep. 13.79 UT: m2=10.1 CCD, Dia.=&3.5′, Tail>5′ in PA: 237 deg.; [T17] 0.43-m f/6.8 astrograph + CCD; A. Novichonok & T.Prystavski (iTelescope observatory, Q62, remotely from Siding Spring, Australia) [coma diameter can be underestimated]
2014 Sep. 13.35 UT: m1=7.0, Dia.=5′, DC=6, Tail= 1.5 deg. in PA: 240 deg.; 20×100 B; Marco Antonio Coelho Goiato (Araçatuba, Brazil) [moonlight]
2014 Sep. 11.32 UT: m1=7.2, Dia.=5′, DC=4/; 10cm R f/5 (25x); Willian Souza (Sao Paulo, Brazil)
2014 Sep. 10.79 UT: m2=10.1 CCD, Dia.=&6.9′, Tail=&33′ in PA: 251 deg.; [T12] 0.11m f/5.0 refractor + CCD; A. Novichonok & T. Prystavski (iTelescope observatory, Q62, remotely from Siding Spring, Australia)
2014 Sep. 10.33 UT: m1=7.2, Dia.=5′, DC=4/; 10cm R f/5 (28x); Willian Souza (Sao Paulo, Brazil)
2014 Sep. 10.32 UT: m1=7.2, Dia.=5′, DC=5; 15×70 B; Willian Souza (Sao Paulo, Brazil)
2014 Sep. 09.32 UT: m1=7.3, Dia.=5′, DC=4; 20×80 B; Willian Souza (Sao Paulo, Brazil)
2014 Sep. 07.81 UT: m1=7.5, Dia.=5′, DC=5; 26×100 B; Katsumi Yoshimoto (Yamaguchi, Japan)
2014 Sep. 07.34 UT: m1=7.1, Dia.=5′, DC=4/; 7×50 B; Marco Antonio Coelho Goiato (Araçatuba, Brazil) [clouds]
2014 Sep. 07.34 UT: m1=7.2, Dia.=4′, DC=6, Tail= 1º in PA 255º; 20×100 B;  Marco Antonio Coelho Goiato (Araçatuba, Brazil); [clouds]
2014 Sep. 07.33 UT: m1=7.3, Dia.=5′, DC=4; 20×80 B; Willian Souza (Sao Paulo, Brazil)
2014 Sep. 07.11 UT: m1=7.5:, Dia.=4′, DC=7; 6.8cm R f/5.9 (24x); Mieczyslaw Leszek Paradowski (Dabrowa, Poland) [twilight; comet alt. 5 deg – m1 corrected for summer extinction; cat. TK]
2014 Sep. 06.33 UT: m1=7.3, Dia.=5′, DC=4/, Tail= 20 arcmin in PA 250 degrees; 7×50 B; Marco Antonio Coelho Goiato (Araçatuba, Brazil)
2014 Sep. 06.33 UT: m1=7.4, Dia.=4′, DC=6, Tail= 1 degree in PA: 250 degrees; 20X100 B; Marco Antonio Coelho Goiato (Araçatuba, Brazil)
2014 Sep. 03.75 UT: m1=8.3, Dia.=3.8’, DC=5/6; 25cm L f:5 (39x); Chris Wyatt (Walcha, NSW, Australia) [Close to bright stars,. Coma has bright central condensation, almost stellar, fan shaped outer coma with narrow tail 15’ in length in P.A. 257° approx.. Only the coma enhances well in Swan Band filter. Cloud interfered towards the end of the observation]
2014 Sep. 01.47 UT: m1=7.7, Dia.=4′, DC=4, Tail= 0.2 deg. in PA: 260 deg.; 10×50 B; Carl Hergenrother (Tucson, Arizona, USA)
2014 Aug. 31.36 UT: m1=8.5, Dia.=5’, DC=4, Cola: NO; 25cm SCT (40x); Alberto Anunziato (Oro Verde, Argentina)
2014 Aug. 31.35 UT: m1=8.1, Dia.=5′, DC=4/; 20×100 B; Marco Antonio Coelho Goiato (Araçatuba, Brazil)
2014 Aug. 30.49 UT: m1=7.6, Dia.=5′, DC=3; 10×50 B; Carl Hergenrother (Tucson, Arizona, USA)
2014 Aug. 30.34 UT: m1=8.1, Dia.=5′, DC=4; 20×100 B; Marco Antonio Coelho Goiato (Araçatuba, Brazil)
2014 Aug. 29.46 UT: m1=7.7, Dia.=4′, DC=3; 10×50 B; Carl Hergenrother (Tucson, Arizona, USA)
2014 Aug. 29.38 UT: m1=8.7, Dia.=2′, DC=3/4, Cola= 26′; 15X70 B; Ismael Cuellar (OAN MPC820 Tarija, Bolivia) [Método Morris, Alt: 30°, * comparación TYC 4801-2245-1 8.34 y TYC 149-3404-1 8.98]
2014 Aug. 29.37 UT: m1=8.8, Dia.=2′, DC=3/4, Cola= 26′; 15X70 B; Roberto Condori (OAN MPC820 Tarija, Bolivia) [Método Morris, Alt: 30°, * comparación TYC 149-1477-1 8.64 y TYC 149-2805-1 8.82]
2014 Aug. 29.11 UT: m1=8.4*, Dia.=3.7′, DC=4; 20×80 B; Marek Biely (Brno, Czech Republic) [Low altitude: 14.2 deg. above the horizon. Corrected for an atmospheric extinction according to summer ICQ extinction table. Slight interference of astronomical twilight.]
2014 Aug. 29.10 UT: m1=8.7, Dia.=3.2′, DC=3/, Tail= 0.40 deg in PA: 290 deg.; 25×100 B; Jakub Cerny (Zachotin, Czech Republic)
2014 Aug. 28.10 UT: m1=8.2, Dia.=5.1′, DC=3/, Tail= 0.35 deg in PA: 290 deg.; 25×100 B; Jakub Cerny (Zachotin, Czech Republic)
2014 Aug. 28.06 UT: m1=8.5, Dia.=2.5’, DC=4; 50.8cm L (78x); Sandor Szabo (Hungary)
2014 Aug. 27.49 UT: m1=7.9, Dia.=4′, DC=4; 10×50 B; Carl Hergenrother (Tucson, Arizona, USA)
2014 Aug. 26.87 UT: m1=8.7, Dia.=4.1′, DC=3; 20cm L f/5 (30x); Man-To Hui (Nhut Thong Pau, Canton, China) [city lights]
2014 Aug. 25.45 UT: m1=8.3, Dia.=4′, DC=4; 10×50 B; Carl Hergenrother (Tucson, Arizona, USA)
2014 Aug. 25.34 UT: m1=8.5, Dia.=3′, DC=4; 10cm R f/5 (25x); Willian Souza (Sao Paulo, Brazil)
2014 Aug. 25.33 UT: m1=8.4, Dia.=5′; 25×100 B; Jose G. de S. Aguiar (Campinas, Brazil)
2014 Aug. 25.11 UT: m1=8.3*, Dia.=3.4′, DC=5; 20×80 B; Marek Biely (Brno, Czech Republic) [[Low altitude: 15,6 deg. above the horizon. Corrected for an atmospheric extinction according to summer ICQ extinction table. Slight interference of astronomical twilight]
2014 Aug. 25.10 UT: m1=8.9, Dia.=3.9′, DC=4/, Tail: 0.30 deg. in PA: 280 deg.; 25×100 B; Jakub Černý (Zachotin, Czech Republic)
2014 Aug. 25.10 UT: m1=8.8, Dia.=3.9′, DC=4/, Tail: 0.40 deg. in PA: 270 deg.; 40cm L (58x); Jakub Černý (Zachotin, Czech Republic)
2014 Aug. 24.36 UT: m1=8.4, Dia.=4′, DC=4/; 20×100 B; Marco Antonio Coelho Goiato (Araçatuba, Brazil) [nautical twilight]
2014 Aug. 24.34 UT: m1=8.5, Dia.=3′, DC=4; 10cm R f/5 (25x); Willian Souza (Sao Paulo, Brazil)
2014 Aug. 24.33 UT: m1=8.5, Dia.=5′; 25×100 B; Jose G. de S. Aguiar (Campinas, Brazil)
2014 Aug. 24.16 UT: m1=8.8, Dia.=3′, DC=3, Cola= 5′; 20cm SCT (50x); Carlos Labordena (Castellón, España)
2014 Aug. 23.34 UT: m1=8.6, Dia.=3′, DC=4; 10cm R f/5 (25x); Willian Souza (Sao Paulo, Brazil)
2014 Aug. 23.33 UT: m1=8.5, Dia.=5′; 25×100 B; Jose G. de S. Aguiar (Campinas, Brazil)
2014 Aug. 22.36 UT: m1=8.7, Dia=2′, DC=4; 18cm L (57x); Alexandre Amorim (Florianopolis, Brazil) [very close to star TYC 154-2287-1]
2014 Aug. 22.34 UT: m1=8.6, Dia.=3′, DC=4; 20×80 B; Willian Souza (Sao Paulo, Brazil)
2014 Aug. 22.33 UT: m1=8.6, Dia.=5′; 25×100 B; Jose G. de S. Aguiar (Campinas, Brazil)
2014 Aug. 21.36 UT: m1=8.6, Dia.=3′, DC=3; 7cm R (28x); Alexandre Amorim (Florianopolis, Brazil)
2014 Aug. 21.34 UT: m1=8.7, Dia.=2′, DC=4; 18cm L (57x); Alexandre Amorim (Florianopolis, Brazil)
2014 Aug. 21.33 UT: m1=8.6, Dia.=5′; 25×100 B; Jose G. de S. Aguiar (Campinas, Brazil)
2014 Aug. 20.45 UT: m1=8.8, Dia.=3′, DC=3; 30×125 B; Carl Hergenrother (Tucson, Arizona, USA)
2014 Aug. 20.39 UT: m1=9.5, Dia.=3′, DC=3/, Tail= no visible; 15×70 B; Roberto Condori  (OAN MPC820 Tarija, Bolivia) [Método Morris, Alt: 30°, * comparación TYC 145-1132-1 9.29 y TYC 145-2313-1 10.05]
2014 Aug. 20.33 UT: m1=8.7, Dia.=4′; 25×100 B; Jose G. de S. Aguiar (Campinas, Brazil)
2014 Aug. 19.33 UT: m1=8.9, Dia.=4′; 25×100 B; Jose G. de S. Aguiar (Campinas, Brazil)
2014 Aug. 17.31 UT: m1=9.0, Dia.=4’, DC=2, Cola: no visible; 10.5cm SCT (45x); Alberto Anunziato (Oro Verde, Argentina)
2014 Aug. 16.35 UT: m1=8.9:, Dia.=3′, DC=4; 20×10 B; Marco Antonio Coelho Goiato (Araçatuba, Brazil) [moonlight interference]
2014 Aug. 09.35 UT: m1=9.6, Dia.=3′, DC=4/; 22cm L (60x); Marco Antonio Coelho Goiato (Araçatuba, Brazil)
2014 Aug. 08.37 UT: m1=9.8, Dia.=2.5′, DC=4; 22cm L (60x); Marco Antonio Coelho Goiato (Araçatuba, Brazil)
2014 Aug. 06.77 UT: m1=10.5, Dia.=1.2’, DC=5/; 25cm L f:5 (83x); Chris Wyatt (Walcha, NSW, Australia) [Central condensation small and bright, stellar in periods of good seeing, condensation offset to the East end of coma with slightly brighter and opaque inner coma elongation to the West, fading to a narrow tail visible 3’ in length in P.A. 263°. Only the Inner coma portion enhances using Swan Band filter]
2014 Aug. 06.46 UT: m1=10.2, Dia.=2′, DC=4; 30×125 B; Carl Hergenrother (Tucson, Arizona, USA)
2014 Aug. 05.81 UT: m2=12.4 CCD, Dia.=&3.9′ Tail=>8.2′ in PA: 264 deg; 0.43-m f/6.8 astrograph + CCD; A. Novichonok & T.Prystavski (iTelescope observatory, Q62 remotely Siding Spring, Australia)
2014 Aug. 05.46 UT: m1=9.9, Dia.=1.5′, DC=4; 30×125 B; Carl Hergenrother (Tucson, Arizona, USA)
2014 Aug. 05.09 UT: m1=10.2, Dia.=1.8′, DC=4; 7.6cm f/4 L (38x);  Marek Biely (Brno, Czech Republic) [Very low altitude: 9,8 deg. above the horizon. Correction for an atmospheric extinction was not needed. Slight interference of astronomical twilight]
2014 Aug. 03.80 UT: m1=10.7, Dia.=1.5′, DC=3/; 30cm Dobson; Con Stoitsis (Nagambie, Victoria, Australia) [Coma elongated to the SW, I couldnt really make out a tail?]
2014 Aug. 03.36 UT: m1=10.0, Dia.=2.5′, DC=4; 22cm L (60x); Marco Antonio Coelho Goiato (Araçatuba, Brazil)
2014 Aug. 03.08 UT: m1=9.8, Dia.=1.9′, DC=4/; 35cm L (107x); Jakub Cerny (Czech Republic)
2014 Aug. 03.08 UT: m1=10.2:, Dia.=&2′, DC=5; 7.6cm f/4 L (38x); Marek Biely (Brno, Czech Republic) [I was surprised that it was already visible, but only very faintly. Very low altitude: 7,9 deg. above the horizon. Correction for an atmospheric extinction was not needed. Slight interference of astronomical twilight. Limit observation]
2014 Aug. 02.36 UT: m1=10.2, Dia.=2′, DC=4; 22cm L (60x); Marco Antonio Coelho Goiato (Araçatuba, Brazil)
2014 Aug. 01.77 UT: m1=10.7, Dia.=2’, DC=5; 25cm L f:5 (83x); Chris Wyatt (Walcha, NSW, Australia) [Coma appears elongated to the West with a tail-like extension to the West, central condensation small and bright and offset to the East. Low altitude = 10.0°]
2014 July 30.78 UT: m1=10.9, Dia.=1.8’, DC=5/; 25cm L f:5 (83x); Chris Wyatt (Walcha, NSW, Australia) [Low altitude = 12.1°; Difficult, close to bright stars, diffuse coma elongated to West approximately and mostly even in brightness. Small bright central condensation to the East end of the coma, sometimes appearing stellar in good seeing]
2014 July 28.73 UT: m1=10.8, Dia.=2.5’, DC=3/; 25cm L f:5 (83x); Chris Wyatt (Walcha, NSW, Australia) [Low altitude = 8.9°; Coma elongated to the West, does not enhance using Swan Band filter. Outer coma diffuse with small moderately condensed central condensation, hint of tail although very short, appears more like an elongation]
2014 Apr. 18.12 UT UT: m1=14.9 CCD, Dia.=0.42′ Tail=0.5′ in PA: 84 deg.; 0.11-m f/5.0 refractor + CCD; A. Novichonok & T.Prystavski (iTelescope observatory, H06. Remotely Mayhill, U.S.A.)
2014 Mar. 30.13 UT: m1=15.6 CCD, Dia.=0.36′, Tail=1.1′ in PA 74 deg.; 0.43-m f/6.8 astrograph + CCD + f/4.5 focal reducer; A. Novichonok & T. Prystavski (iTelescope observatory, H06 (remotely Mayhill, U.S.A.)

C/2013 V4 (Catalina) (6 observaciones)
2014 Dec. 20.81 UT: m1=15.7 CCD, Dia.=0.44′, Tail=0.4′ in PA: 140 deg.; [T16] 0.15-m f/7.3 refractor + CCD; A. Novichonok & T. Prystavski (AstroCamp Observatory, I89 remotely from Nerpio, Spain)
2014 Nov. 18.57 UT: m1=15.6 CCD, Dia.=0.4′, Tail=0.3′ in PA: 127 deg.; [T12]0.11m f/5.0 refractor + CCD; A. Novichonok & T. Prystavski (iTelescope observatory, Q62, remotely from Siding Spring, Australia)
2014 Oct. 27.99 UT: m1=16.2, Dia.=0.2’, DC=7; 50.8cm L (307x); Sandor Szabo (Sopron, Hungary) [Very small, starlike with small hint of nebulosity. Motion was checked during a 75 minutes period]
2014 Sep. 18.71 UT: m1=16.2 CCD, Dia.=0.28′; [T9] 0.32-m f/7.4 Ritchey-Chretien + CCD; A. Novichonok & T. Prystavski (iTelescope observatory, Q62, remotely from Siding Spring, Australia)
2014 Sep. 02.73 UT: m1=16.1 CCD, Dia.=0.34′; 0.43-m f/6.8 astrograph + CCD; A. Novichonok & T. Prystavski (iTelescope observatory, Q62, remotely from Siding Spring, Australia)
2014 July 30.79 UT: m1=16.9 CCD, Dia.=0.19′ Tail=0.4′ in PA: 194 deg.; 0.43-m f/6.8 astrograph + CCD; A. Novichonok & T.Prystavski (iTelescope observatory, Q62 remotely Siding Spring, Australia)

C/2013 V3 (Nevski) (7 observaciones)
2014 Feb. 28.80 UT: m1=13.1, Dia.=0.6′; 32cm L f/5 (96x); Uwe Pilz (Leipzig, Germany)
2014 Feb. 24.50 UT: m1=15.0 CCD, Dia.=0.36′; 0.32-m f/7.4 Ritchey-Chretien + CCD; A. Novichonok & T. Prystavski (iTelescope observatory, Q62. Remotely Siding Spring, Australia)
2014 Feb. 03.88 UT: m1=12.7, Dia.=4′, DC=2; 42cm L f/5 (81x); Martin Lehky (Hradec Kralove, Czech Republic)
2014 Feb. 02.24 UT: m1=11.7, Dia.=3′, DC=2; 20cm SCT f:10 (80x); Carlos Labordena (Castellón, España)
2014 Jan. 31.50 UT: m1=[11.5; 15cm SCT (36x); Salvador Aguirre (Hermosillo, Sonora, Mexico)
2014 Jan. 26.24 UT: m1=15.8 CCD, Dia.=0.8′, Tail=&1.5′ in PA 273 deg.; 0.43-m f/6.8 astrograph + CCD + f/4.5 focal reducer; A. Novichonok & T.Prystavski (iTelescope observatory, H06. Remotely Mayhill, U.S.A.)
2014 Jan. 04.98 UT: m1=10.7, Dia.=5′, DC=2; 20cm SCT f:10 (80x); Carlos Labordena (Castellón, España)

C/2013 V2 (Borisov) (10 observaciones)
2014 Dec. 13.09 UT: m1=15.5: CCD, Dia.=&0.7′, Tail=&1.2′ in PA: 321 deg.; 0.3-m f/1.5 astrograph + CCD; G. Borisov & T. Prystavski (MARGO – MPC L51, Crimea-Nauchnij) [interference by Moon: Moon phase 0.64, altitude 51 deg.]
2014 Nov. 23.97 UT: m1=15.6 CCD, Dia.=0.64′, Tail=&2.4′ in PA: 314 deg.; 0.3-m f/1.5 astrograph + CCD; G. Borisov & T. Prystavski (MARGO – MPC L51, Crimea-Nauchnij)
2014 Oct. 20.04 UT: m1=16.1 CCD, Dia.=0.47′, Tail=1.6′ in PA: 315 deg.; 0.3-m f/1.5 astrograph + CCD; G. Borisov & T. Prystavski (MARGO – MPC L51 (Crimea-Nauchnij)
2014 Oct. 11.07 UT: m1=16.0: CCD, Dia.=&0.5′, Tail=&1.1′ in PA: 320 deg.; 0.3-m f/1.5 astrograph + CCD; G. Borisov & T. Prystavski (MARGO – MPC L51 (Crimea-Nauchnij) [interference by full Moon]
2014 Sep. 30.10 UT: m1=16.1 CCD, Dia.=0.54′, Tail=&1.0′ in PA: 320 deg.; 0.3-m f/1.5 astrograph + CCD; G. Borisov & T. Prystavski (MARGO – MPC L51, Crimea-Nauchnij)
2014 Apr. 18.13 UT: m1=15.8 CCD, Dia.=0.50′; 0.43-m f/6.8 astrograph + CCD + f/4.5 focal reducer; A. Novichonok & T.Prystavski (iTelescope observatory, H06. Remotely Mayhill, U.S.A.)
2014 Mar. 30.10 UT: m1=16.0 CCD, Dia.=0.38′; 0.43-m f/6.8 astrograph + CCD + f/4.5 focal reducer; A. Novichonok & T. Prystavski (iTelescope observatory, H06. Remotely Mayhill, U.S.A.)
2014 Mar. 27.14 UT: m1=[12.0, negative; 15cm SCT (36x); Salvador Aguirre (Hermosillo, Sonora, Mexico)
2014 Mar. 06.10 UT: m1=15.9 CCD, Dia.=0.38′; 0.43-m f/6.8 astrograph + CCD + f/4.5 focal reducer; A. Novichonok & T. Prystavski (iTelescope observatory, H06. Remotely Mayhill, U.S.A.)
2014 Jan. 18.07 UT: m1=15.8 CCD, Dia.=0.40′; 0.43-m f/6.8 astrograph + CCD + f/4.5 focal reducer; A. Novichonok & T. Prystavski (iTelescope observatory, H06. Remotely Mayhill, U.S.A.)

C/2013 V1 (Boattini) (20 observaciones)
2014 Sep. 02.11 UT: m1=16.9 CCD, Dia.=0.2′, Tail=0.7′ in PA: 346 deg.; 0.43-m f/6.8 astrograph + CCD + f/4.5 focal reducer; A. Novichonok & T. Prystavski (iTelescope observatory, H06, remotely Mayhill, U.S.A.)
2014 Aug. 27.83 UT: m1=15.1, Dia.=0.4’, DC=4; 50.8cm L (307x); Sandor Szabo (Hungary)
2014 July 24.84 UT: m1=14.7, Dia.=0.7’, DC=2; 50.8cm L (307x); Sandor Szabo (Hungary)
2014 July 16.88 UT: m1=15.0 CCD, Dia.=0.41′ Tail=0.8′ in PA: 336 deg.; 0.32-m f/8.0 astrograph + CCD; A. Novichonok & T. Prystavski (AstroCamp Observatory, I89 remotely from Nerpio, Spain)
2014 June 27.16 UT: m1=15.0 CCD, Dia.=0.82′, Tail=2.5′ in PA: 285 deg.; 0.1-m f/5.0 astrograph + CCD; A. Novichonok & T. Prystavski (iTelescope observatory, H06 Remotely Mayhill, U.S.A.)
2014 May  22.14 UT: m1=14.2 CCD, Dia.=0.54′, Tail=2.8′ in PA 201 deg.; 0.1-m f/5.0 astrograph + CCD; A. Novichonok & T. Prystavski (iTelescope observatory, H06 remotely Mayhill, U.S.A.)
2014 May  19.86 UT: m1=14.2, Dia.=0.4’, DC=3; 50.8cm L (245x); Sandor Szabo (Sopron, Hungary)
2014 May  08.08 UT: m1=14.2 CCD, Dia.=0.5’; Measures taken on CCD images unfiltered; Pierre Laporte (Cd’OA des Monts Notre-Dame, Québec, Canada)
2014 Apr. 30.85 UT: m1=14.1, Dia.=0.6′, DC=3; 50.8-cm L (189x); Sandor Szabo (Sopron, Hungary)
2014 Apr. 18.11 UT UT: m1=13.7 CCD, Dia.=0.57′, Tail=1.5′ in PA: 127 deg.; 0.11-m f/5.0 refractor + CCD; A. Novichonok & T.Prystavski (iTelescope observatory, H06. Remotely Mayhill, U.S.A.)
2014 Mar. 30.09 UT: m1=14.3, Dia.=0.3′, DC=3; 40.6cm L f/4.5 (229x); Todd Augustyniak (Harmon, Illinois, USA) [Faint; averted vision required]
2014 Mar. 19.13 UT: m1=13.9 CCD, Dia.=0.64′, Tail=1.2′ in PA: 131 deg.; 0.11-m f/5.0 refractor + CCD; A. Novichonok & T. Prystavski (iTelescope observatory, H06. Remotely Mayhill, U.S.A.)
2014 Feb. 21.09 UT UT: m1=13.9 CCD, Dia.=0.63′, Tail>1.0′ in PA: 126 deg.; 0.11-m f/5.0 refractor + CCD; A. Novichonok & T.Prystavski (iTelescope observatory, H06. Remotely Mayhill, U.S.A.)
2014 Feb. 01.45 UT: m1=13.9, Dia.=1.4’, DC=2/3; 25cm L f:5 (83x); Chris Wyatt (Walcha, NSW, Australia) [Coma very diffuse, visible in periods of good seeing, no tail]
2014 Jan. 30.44 UT: m1=13.8, Dia.=0.8’, DC=2; 25cm L f:5 (83x); Chris Wyatt (Walcha, NSW, Australia) [No tail, outer coma diffuse with slightly brighter but weakly condensed inner coma. Visible in periods of good seeing. Conditions clear, transparency slightly hazy (6/10), seeing average to good, Sirius and Rigel appear to flicker sometimes overhead]
2014 Jan. 29.44 UT: m1=13.8, Dia.=1.1’, DC=2; 25cm L f:5 (83x); Chris Wyatt (Walcha, NSW, Australia) [Coma very small and diffuse, no tail. Visible in periods of good seeing]
2014 Jan. 28.45 UT: m1=13.9, Dia.=0.5’, DC=2; 25cm L f:5 (83x); Chris Wyatt (Walcha, NSW, Australia) [Coma visible in good seeing, very small. Condition windy, sky hazy, transparency affected by zodiacal light in vicinity of the comet. No tail]
2014 Jan. 26.44 UT: m1=13.8 CCD, Dia.=0.74′, Tail=2.1′ in PA 134 deg.; 0.11m f/5.0 refractor + CCD; A. Novichonok & T.Prystavski (iTelescope observatory, Q62. Remotely Siding Spring, Australia)
2014 Jan. 25.79 UT: m1=13.1, Dia.=1.5′, DC=5; 42cm L f:5 (81x); Martin Lehky (Czech Republic)
2014 Jan. 04.50 UT: m1=14.2, Dia.=0.7’, DC=0/1; 25cm L f:5 (83x); Chris Wyatt (Walcha, NSW, Australia) [Coma very small and diffuse, no tail, visible in periods of good seeing. Motion checked over 25 min period]

C/2013 US10 (Catalina) (20 observaciones)
2014 Dec. 22.04 UT: m1=14.0: CCD, Dia.=&0.42′, Tail=0.7′ in PA: 53 deg.; [T20] 0.1-m f/5.0 astrograph + CCD; A. Novichonok & T. Prystavski (iTelescope observatory, H06 remotely from Mayhill, U.S.A.) [captured in the evening twilight]
2014 Nov. 28.10 UT: m1=[11.6, negaive; 15cm SCT (75x), Salvador Aguirre (Hermosillo, Sonora, Mexico)
2014 Nov. 17.43 UT: m1=14.1, Dia.=0.8’, DC=3; 25cm L f:5 (83x); Chris Wyatt (Walcha, NSW, Australia) [Coma diffuse and even in brightness with small slightly brighter central condensation]
2014 Nov. 16.46 UT: m1=14.3 CCD Dia.=0.39′, Tail=0.5′ in PA: 54 deg.; [T31] 0.50-m f/6.8 astrograph + CCD + focal reducer; A. Novichonok & T. Prystavski (iTelescope observatory, Q62, remotely from Siding Spring, Australia)
2014 Nov. 12.43 UT: m1=14.0, Dia.=0.7’, DC=2; 25cm L f:5 (83x); Chris Wyatt (Walcha, NSW, Australia) [Coma diffused, sometimes stellar in good seeing, no tail]
2014 Oct. 25.45 UT: m1=14.3, Dia.=0.4′, DC=6; 40.0cm L f/4.5 (257x); Seiichi Yoshida (Gunma, Japan)
2014 Oct. 22.46 UT: m1=14.3, Dia.=0.9’, DC=3; 35cm T f:11 (71x); Chris Wyatt (Armidale, NSW, Australia) [Coma very faint and diffused, no tail, inner coma slightly brighter but weakly condensed]
2014 Oct. 21.44 UT: m1=14.3, Dia.=0.4’, DC=2/; 25cm L f:5 (83x); Chris Wyatt (Walcha, NSW, Australia) [Coma diffuse and small, sometimes shows a faint stellar central condensation in good seeing, no tail]
2014 Oct. 16.48 UT: m1=14.3, Dia.=0.6’, DC=3; 25cm L f:5 (83x); Chris Wyatt (Walcha, NSW, Australia) [Coma small and diffuse, difficult to see due to scintillation, sometimes appears to have a faint stellar central condensation]
2014 Oct. 15.46 UT: m1=14.2, Dia.=0.4’, DC=3; 25cm L f:5 (166x); Chris Wyatt (Walcha, NSW, Australia) [Coma diffuse and brighter in centre, very close to bright star, difficult due to scintillation. Slight movement noticeable over 15 minute period, no tail]
2014 Oct. 12.42 UT: m1=14.3 CCD, Dia.=0.42′, Tail=0.4′ in PA: 46 deg.; [T31] 0.50-m f/6.8 astrograph + CCD + focal reducer; A. Novichonok & T. Prystavski (iTelescope observatory, Q62 remotely from Siding Spring, Australia)
2014 Sep. 28.10 UT: m1=14.7, DC=4; Visual 36″ F/3.5; Jean-François Viens (Cd’OA des Monts Notre-Dame, Québec, Canada)
2014 Sep. 14.48 UT: m1=14.3 CCD, Dia.=0.36′, Tail=0.3′ in PA: 53 deg.; [T9] 0.32-m f/7.4 Ritchey-Chretien + CCD; A. Novichonok & T. Prystavski (iTelescope observatory, Q62, remotely from Siding Spring, Australia)
2014 Aug. 31.63 UT: m1=14.4 CCD, Dia.=0.4′; 0.32-m f/7.4 Ritchey-Chretien + CCD; A. Novichonok & T. Prystavski (iTelescope observatory, Q62, remotely from Siding Spring, Australia)
2014 Aug. 28.02 UT: m1=14.2, Dia.=0.4′, DC=7; 40cm L (230x); Jakub Cerny (Zachotin, Czech Republic)
2014 Aug. 27.98 UT: m1=14.8, Dia.=0.3’, DC=7; 50.8cm L (307x); Sandor Szabo (Hungary)
2014 Aug. 24.20 UT: m1=15.2, DC=4; Visual, 36″ F/3.5; Jean-François Viens (Cd’OA des Monts Notre-Dame, Québec, Canada)
2014 July 19.62 UT: m1=14.8 CCD, Dia.=0.35′; 0.32-m f/7.4 Ritchey-Chretien + CCD; A. Novichonok & T. Prystavski (iTelescope observatory, Q62 remotely from Siding Spring, Australia)
2014 June 02.81 UT: m1=15.9: CCD; 0.32-m f/7.4 Ritchey-Chretien + CCD; A. Novichonok & T. Prystavski (iTelescope observatory, Q62 remotely from Siding Spring, Australia)
2014 May  05.81 UT: m1=16.1 CCD; 0.32-m f/7.4 Ritchey-Chretien + CCD; A. Novichonok & T. Prystavski (iTelescope observatory, Q62 remotely Siding Spring, Australia) [stellar object]

C/2013 UQ4 (Catalina) (63 observaciones)
2014 Aug. 30.36 UT: m2=16.3 CCD; 0.50-m f/6.8 astrograph + CCD + focal reducer; A. Novichonok & T. Prystavski (iTelescope observatory, Q62, remotely from Siding Spring, Australia)
2014 Aug. 30.05 UT: m1=16.8 CCD; Dia.=0.5’; CCD images unfiltered; Pierre Laporte (Cd’OA des Monts Notre-Dame, Québec, Canada)
2014 Aug. 29.37 UT: m1=15.1 CCD, Dia.=0.7′; 0.43-m f/6.8 astrograph + CCD; A. Novichonok & T.Prystavski (iTelescope observatory, Q62, remotely Siding Spring, Australia)
2014 Aug. 28.83 UT: m1=14.5, Dia.=1.6′, DC=2/; 35cm L (239x); Jakub Cerny (Zachotin, Czech Republic)
2014 Aug. 27.83 UT: m1=14.1, Dia.=0.9′, DC=2; 40cm L (230x); Jakub Cerny (Zachotin, Czech Republic)
2014 Aug. 27.80 UT: m1=11.9, Dia.=1.0′, DC=1; 32cm L f/5 (120x); Uwe Pilz (Leipzig, Germany)
2014 Aug. 24.83 UT: m1=15.0, Dia.=0.8′, DC=2; 40cm L (309x); Jakub Černý (Zachotin, Czech Republic)
2014 Aug. 04.91 UT: m1=11.7, Dia.=3.3′, DC=2; 35cm L (107x); Jakub Cerny (Czech Republic)
2014 Aug. 02.92 UT: m1=11.5, Dia.=5.3′, DC=3; 35cm L (107x); Jakub Cerny (Czech Republic)
2014 Aug. 02.89 UT: m1=[11.7, Dia.=2.5′, NEGATIVE; 7.6cm f/4 L (38x); Marek Biely (Brno, Czech Republic) [It was already not visible. Fainter than 11.7 mag.]
2014 July 28.35 UT: m1=11.9; Dia.=3.2’, DC=1; 25cm L f:5 (39x); Chris Wyatt (Walcha, NSW, Australia) [Coma very weakly condensed, diffuse with slightly brighter centre. No tail]
2014 July 26.90 UT: m1=11.4, Dia.=2′, DC=3; 20cm SCT 80x); Carlos Labordena (Castellón, España)
2014 July 25.91 UT: m1=11.5, Dia.=5.1′, DC=1; 25×100 B; Jakub Cerný (Czech Republic)
2014 July 25.90 UT: m1=12.1, Dia.=3.8′, DC=2/; 35cm L (107x); Jakub Cerný (Czech Republic)
2014 July 24.87 UT: m1=11.3, Dia.=4.5’, DC=2; 50.8cm L (78x); Sandor Szabo (Hungary)
2014 July 23.91 UT: m1=11.5, Dia.=4.1′, DC=3; 35cm L (107x); Jakub Cerný (Czech Republic)
2014 July 22.88 UT: m1=10.9: CCD, Dia.=&7.5′ Tail=&21′ in PA: 104 deg.; 0.15-m f/7.3 refractor + CCD; A. Novichonok & T.Prystavski (AstroCamp Observatory, I89 remotely from Nerpio, Spain)
2014 July 22.10 UT: m1=10.1 CCD; Dia.=0.4’; Tail= 1′ in PA: 116°; Measures taken on CCD images unfiltered; Pierre Laporte (Cd’OA des Monts Notre-Dame, Québec, Canada)
2014 July 21.90 UT: m1=10.5:; 18cm L (57x); Alexandre Amorim (Florianopolis, Brazil) [altitude 22 degrees]
2014 July 20.90 UT: m1=10.0:; 18cm L (57x); Alexandre Amorim (Florianopolis, Brazil) [altitude 20 degrees]
2014 July 19.94 UT: m1=10.3, Dia.=3.73′, DC=2; 30cm L f/5 (60x); Mieczyslaw Leszek Paradowski (Dabrowa, Poland)
2014 July 19.93 UT: m1=10.9, Dia.=4.8′, DC=2; 35cm L (107x); Jakub Cerný (Czech Republic)
2014 July 19.92 UT: m1=12.0, Dia.=1.6′, DC=2; 32cm L f/5 (48x); Uwe Pilz (Leipzig, Germany)
2014 July 19.92 UT: m1=10.3, Dia.=3′, DC=4; 22cm L (60x); Marco Antonio Coelho Goiato (Araçatuba, Brazil)
2014 July 19.90 UT: m1=10.7, Dia.=4.0′, DC=1/; 25×100 B; Jakub Cerný (Czech Republic)
2014 July 19.90 UT: m1=10.0:; 18cm L (57x); Alexandre Amorim (Florianopolis, Brazil) [altitude 17 degrees]
2014 July 18.91 UT: m1=10.5, Dia.=4.9′, DC=3; 35cm L (107x); Jakub Cerný (Czech Republic)
2014 July 18.90 UT: m1=10.6, Dia.=5.0′, DC=2; 25×100 B; Jakub Cerný (Czech Republic)
2014 July 17.94 UT: m1=9.9, Dia.=3′, DC=3; 22cm L f/6 (60x); Marco Antonio Coelho Goiato (Araçatuba, Brazil)
2014 July 17.91 UT: m1=10.0, Dia.=4.5′, DC=1/; 15.0cm R f/5 (38x); Maik Meyer (Limburg, Germany)
2014 July 17.89 UT: m1=10.2, Dia.=2′, DC=3; 20cm SCT (80x); Carlos Labordena (Castellón, España)
2014 July 16.96 UT: m1=9.7, Dia.=3′, DC=2/; 22cm L (120x); Marco Antonio Coelho Goiato (Araçatuba, Brazil)
2014 July 06.30 UT: m1=9.8, Dia.=4′, DC=3; 22cm L (60x); Marco Antonio Coelho Goiato (Araçatuba, Brazil)
2014 July 05.27 UT: m1=10.0, Dia.=4′, DC=3/; 22cm L (60x); Marco Antonio Coelho Goiato (Araçatuba, Brazil)
2014 July 04.40 UT: m1=10.0, Dia.=4′, DC=3; 11.4cm L f/8 (45x); Neil Norman (Ipswich,England) [Comet appeared very diffuse and faint. Close proximity to Alpheratz was a major factor in finding the comet]
2014 July 04.01 UT: m1=9.4, Dia.=6.5′, DC=2; 15.0cm R f/5 (38x); Maik Meyer (Limburg, Germany)
2014 July 03.96 UT: m1=10.1, Dia.=3.9′, DC=3; 7.6cm f/4 L (38x); Marek Biely (Brno, Czech Republic) [When I used this telescope, the comet was visible yet about a bit better. But it was still very faint and diffuse]
2014 July 03.95 UT: m1=10.4, Dia.=7.3′, DC=2; 25×100 B; Jakub Cerný (Czech Republic)
2014 July 03.94 UT: m1=9.7, Dia.=4.7′, DC=2; 20×80 B; Marek Biely (Brno, Czech Republic) [Visible faintly, but better than last time]
2014 July 03.25 UT: m1=10.4, Dia.=4′, DC=3; 22cm L (120x); Marco Antonio Coelho Goiato (Araçatuba, Brazil)
2014 July 03.02 UT: m1=9.6, Dia.=5′, DC=1/; 15.0cm R f/5 (38x); Maik Meyer (Limburg, Germany) [comet clearly brighter using a Lumicon Swan Band Filter]
2014 July 02.79 UT: m1=10.5, Dia.=3′, DC=1/; 20cm L (57x); Michael Mattiazzo (Swan Hill, Victoria) [Very diffuse. Coma slightly enhanced using a SWAN band filter. Hazy conditions. 21 degrees altitude]
2014 July 02.73 UT: m1=10.0, Dia.=3.2’, DC=2/; 25cm L f:5 (39x); Chris Wyatt (Walcha, NSW, Australia) [Coma appears diffuse at the edges, with slight brightening to centre. At x83 the coma is fan-shaped to the West approximately. Enhances well using Swan Band filter. Rapid motion detected over 10 minute period in which the comet travelled 1.7’. Close to bright stars, mag estimate made when comet was away from stars]
2014 July 01.97 UT: m1=11.2, Dia.=2.3′, DC=4; 25.4cm L (125x); Sandor Szabo (Sopron, Hungary)
2014 July 01.97 UT: m1=10.5, Dia.=3.0′, DC=s2; 32cm L f/5 (120x); Uwe Pilz (Leipzig, Germany)
2014 July 01.92 UT: m1=11.0, Dia.=2.0’, DC=3; 25.4cm L (60x); Vyacheslav M. Ivanov (Kamysin, Russia)
2014 July 01.98 UT: m1=9.9:, Dia.=&2.5′, DC=2/; 20×80 B; Marek Biely (Brno, Czech Republic) [Sirrah helped to locate it, but the comet was extremely difficult and very diffuse object. Slight interference of humidity. Limit observation]
2014 July 01.43 UT: m1=10.1, Dia.=6′, DC=3; 30×125 B; Carl Hergenrother (Tucson, Arizona, USA)
2014 June 30.29 UT: m1=11.1, Dia.=2′, DC=4; 22cm L (160x); Marco Antonio Coelho Goiato (Araçatuba, Brazil)
2014 June 30.26 UT: m1=10.5: DC=5; Visual Aperture 36″ F/3.5; Jean-François Viens (Cd’OA des Monts Notre-Dame, Québec, Canada)
2014 June 29.46 UT: m1=9.5, Dia.=5′, DC=3; 30×125 B; Carl Hergenrother (Tucson, Arizona, USA)
2014 June 28.93 UT: m1=11.5, Dia.=1.0’, DC=2; 25.4cm L (170x); Vyacheslav M. Ivanov (Kamysin, Russia)
2014 June 28.44 UT: m1=[11.4, negative; 15cm SCT (75x); Salvador Aguirre (Hermosillo, Sonora, Mexico)
2014 June 28.33 UT: m1=11.4, Dia.=1.5′, DC=4/; 22cm L (160x); Marco Antonio Coelho Goiato (Araçatuba, Brazil)
2014 June 25.38 UT: m1=10: CCD, Dia.=&8.7′, Tail= 20′ in PA: 244 deg.; 0.11-m f/5.0 refractor + CCD; A. Novichonok & T. Prystavski (iTelescope observatory, H06 Remotely from Mayhill, U.S.A.)
2014 June 28.25 UT: m1=11.0: DC=5; Visual Aperture 36″ F/3.5; Jean-François Viens (Cd’OA des Monts Notre-Dame, Québec, Canada)
2014 June 28.17 UT: m1=11.2 CCD, Dia.=1.1’; Tail= 2′ PA: 251°; Measures taken on CCD images unfiltered; Pierre Laporte (Cd’OA des Monts Notre-Dame, Québec, Canada)
2014 June 23.45 UT: m1=10.6, Dia.=2′, DC=2; 30×125 B; Carl Hergenrother (Tucson, Arizona, USA)
2014 June 07.34 UT: m1=12.3, Dia.=1′, DC=4; 22cm L (160x); Marco Antonio Coelho Goiato (Araçatuba, Brazil)
2014 June 06.43 UT: m1=11.9, Dia.=0.9′, DC=~3; 41cm L (70x); Alan Hale (Cloudcroft, New Mexico, USA)
2014 June 04.78 UT: m1=11.5: CCD, Dia.=&3.2′; 0.11m f/5.0 refractor + CCD; A. Novichonok & T. Prystavski (iTelescope observatory, Q62 remotely from Siding Spring, Australia) [uncertainty in brightness due to part of observatory’s wall probably being caught by telescope]
2014 May  28.74 UT: m1=12.8, Dia.=2’, DC=1/2; 25cm L f:5 (83x); Chris Wyatt (Walcha, NSW, Australia) [No tail, coma appears diffuse but easily discernable next to a mag 12.5 star. Slight enhancement in Swan Band filter, low alt = 18.2°]
2014 May  07.82 UT: m1=13.5: CCD, Dia.=&1.5′; 0.50-m f/6.8 astrograph + CCD + focal reducer; A. Novichonok & T. Prystavski (iTelescope observatory, Q62 remotely from Siding Spring, Australia)

C/2013 R1 (Lovejoy) (101 observaciones)
2014 Sep. 14.38 UT: m1=17.1 CCD, Dia.=0.3′; [T9] 0.32-m f/7.4 Ritchey-Chretien + CCD; A. Novichonok & T. Prystavski (iTelescope observatory, Q62, remotely from Siding Spring, Australia)
2014 Aug. 12.39 UT: m1=16.2: CCD, Dia.=0.4′; 0.32-m f/7.4 Ritchey-Chretien + CCD; A. Novichonok & T. Prystavski (iTelescope observatory, Q62 remotely from Siding Spring, Australia)
2014 July 26.42 UT: m1=16.1 CCD, Dia.=0.4′; 0.11m f/5.0 refractor + CCD; A. Novichonok & T. Prystavski (iTelescope observatory, Q62 remotely from Siding Spring, Australia) [faint object with small coma]
2014 June 30.12 UT: m1=16.3, DC=2; Visual Aperture 36″ F/3.5; Jean-François Viens (Cd’OA des Monts Notre-Dame, Québec, Canada)
2014 June 25.50 UT: m2=15.5 CCD, Dia.=&4′; 0.11m f/5.0 refractor + CCD; A. Novichonok & T. Prystavski (iTelescope observatory, Q62 Remotely Siding Spring, Australia) [comet’s passage against nebula]
2014 May  31.04 UT: m1=11.8, Dia.=1.5′, DC=4, no cola; 20cm SCT (118x); Carlos Labordena (Castellón, España)
2014 May  30.92 UT: m1=11.7, Dia.=1.3′, DC=2; 32cm L f/5 (96x); Uwe Pilz (Leipzig, Germany)
2014 May  21.46 UT: m1=11.3: CCD, Dia.=&4.5′, Tail=30′ in PA: 325 deg.; 0.11m f/5.0 refractor + CCD; A. Novichonok & T. Prystavski (iTelescope observatory, Q62 remotely Siding Spring, Australia)
2014 May  19.93 UT: m1=13.1, Dia.=0.7’, DC=4; 50.8cm L (189x); Sandor Szabo (Sopron, Hungary)
2014 May  04.03 UT: m1=11.4, Dia.=2′, DC=4, no cola; 20cm SCT (80x); Carlos Labordena (Castellón, España)
2014 May  03.71 UT: m1=11.3, Dia.=2.0′, DC=3; 40.0cm L f/4.5 (75x); Seiichi Yoshida (Gunma, Japan)
2014 May  02.67 UT: m1=12.0, Dia.=1.0’, DC=2; 25cm L f:5 (83x); Chris Wyatt (Walcha, NSW, Australia) [Coma among crowded star field, no tail, outer coma diffuse and transparent, inner coma slightly more condensed, does not enhance using Swan Band filter]
2014 May  01.40 UT: m1=[11.2, negative; 15cm SCT (36x); Salvador Aguirre (Hermosillo, Sonora, Mexico)
2014 Apr. 30.71 UT: m1=11.2, Dia.=1′, DC=2; 25.4cm L f/5 (101x); Stuart T. Rae (Karamu, New Zealand) [Comet in close proximity to 6th magnitude star making observation difficult]
2014 Abr. 27.12 UT: m1=11.3, Dia.=2′, DC=4, no cola; 20cm SCT (50x); Carlos Labordena (Castellón, España)
2014 Apr. 26.23 UT: m1=11.5, Dia.=2′, DC=4; 22cm L (160x); Marco Antonio Coelho Goiato (Araçatuba, Brazil)
2014 Apr. 25.36 UT: m1=10.5: CCD, Dia.=&4.3′, Tail=9′ in PA: 298 deg.; 0.1-m f/5.0 astrograph + CCD; A. Novichonok & T. Prystavski (iTelescope observatory, H06. Remotely Mayhill, U.S.A.)
2014 Apr. 22.43 UT: m1=[11.0, negative; 15cm SCT (36x); Salvador Aguirre (Hermosillo, Sonora, Mexico)
2014 Apr. 13.49 UT: m1=10.5, Dia.=3′, DC=1; 30×125 B; Carl Hergenrother (Tucson, Arizona, USA)
2014 Apr. 12.75 UT: m1=10.7, Dia.=3.6’, DC=3/; 25cm L f:5 (39x); Chris Wyatt (Walcha, NSW, Australia) [Coma large and diffuse. Outer coma faint with a brighter, weakly condensed inner coma. Close to bright stars. Coma appears elongated to the West approximately though very faint. Enhances using Swan Band filter]
2014 Apr. 11.08 UT: m1=[10.1, NEGATIVE; 20×80 B; Marek Biely (Brno, Czech Republic) [Fainter than 10.1 mag.]
2014 Apr. 08.49 UT: m1=10.6, Dia.=3′, DC=2; 30×125 B; Carl Hergenrother (Tucson, Arizona, USA)
2014 Apr. 07.15 UT: m1=11.2, Dia.=1.5′, DC=3; 20cm SCT (80x); Carlos Labordena (Castellón, España)
2014 Apr. 05.75 UT: m1=10.2, Dia.=4′, DC=3/4; 20cm L (85x); Michael Mattiazzo (Swan Hill, Victoria) [Coma slightly condensed. Comet is brighter than anticipated and indicates a slow rate of fading, post perihelion]
2014 Apr. 05.69 UT: m1=10.2, Dia.=4′, DC=3; 25.4cm L (40x); Stuart Rae (Karamu, New Zealand)
2014 Apr. 05.23 UT: m1=10.9, Dia.=2′, DC=4; 22cm L (120x); Marco Antonio Coelho Goiato (Araçatuba, Brazil)
2104 Apr. 04.45 UT: m1=10.2, Dia.=3′, DC=2; 30×125 B; Carl Hergenrother (Tucson, Arizona, USA)
2014 Apr. 03.44 UT: m1=11.0, Dia.=4′, DC=2/, Tail= Not visible; 15cm SCT (36x), Salvador Aguirre (Hermosillo, Sonora, Mexico)
2014 Mar. 31.80 UT: m1=10.6, Dia.=2.9′, DC=3; 25.4cm L f/4 (46x); Katsumi Yoshimoto (Yamaguchi, Japan)
2014 Mar. 30.38 UT: m1=10.0, Dia.=2.4′, DC=3; 30.5cm L f/4.9 (88x); Todd Augustyniak (Harmon, Illinois, USA) [More diffuse than my last observation in Feb.; faint ~0.3′ extension visible at about PA: 295 deg.]
2014 Mar. 29.33 UT: m1=10.6, Dia.=2′, DC=4; 22cm L (57.6x); Marco Antonio Coelho Goiato (Araçatuba, Brazil)
2014 Mar. 29.06 UT: m1=8.5, Dia.=4.0′, DC=3; 50.8cm L (78x); Sandor Szabo (Sopron, Hungary)
2014 Mar. 28.48 UT: m1=9.9 CCD, Dia.=5.6′, Tail=&13′ in PA 284 deg.; 0.1-m f/5.0 astrograph + CCD; A. Novichonok & T. Prystavski (iTelescope observatory, H06. Remotely Mayhill, U.S.A.)
2014 Mar. 28.32 UT: m1=10.0:; 18cm L (57x); Alexandre Amorim (Florianopolis, Brazil) [nebulosity interference]
2014 Mar. 27.48 UT: m1=10.5, Dia.=5′, DC=2/, Tail= Not visible; 15cm SCT (36x); Salvador Aguirre (Hermosillo, Sonora, Mexico)
2014 Mar. 25.51 UT: m1=10.3, Dia.=2′, DC=2; 30×125 B; Carl Hergenrother (Tucson, Arizona, USA)
2014 Mar. 16.32 UT: m1=9.3, Dia.=3’, DC=2, Cola: no visible; 25cm SCT (62x); Alberto Anunziato (Oro Verde, Argentina)
2014 Mar. 14.17 UT: m1=9.9, Dia.=2, DC=2/; 25.4cm L f/5 (65x); Maik Meyer (Limburg/Germany)
2014 Mar. 14.14 UT: m1=9.4, Dia.=2.9′, DC=3; 20×80 B; Marek Biely (Brno, Czech Republic) [Difficult to see it]
2014 Feb. 13.73 UT: m1=9.1, Dia.=7’, DC=2; 11×70 B; Chris Wyatt (Walcha, NSW, Australia) [No tail, coma appears circular, diffuse outer coma with slightly brighter centre]
2014 Mar. 13.14 UT: m1=9.3, Dia.=3.0′, DC=4, 20×80 B; Marek Biely (Brno, Czech Republic)
2014 Mar. 12.17 UT: m1=9.6, Dia.=2.5′, DC=2/; 25.4cm L f/5 (65x); Maik Meyer (Limburg, Germany) [comet more pronounced using a Lumicon Swan Band Filter]
2014 Mar. 12.14 UT: m1=9.4, Dia.=2.6′, DC=3/; 20×80 B; Marek Biely (Brno, Czech Republic) [It is getting more diffuse and already slightly problematic to see]
2014 Mar. 11.83 UT: m1=9.6, Dia.=3.8′, DC=3; 25.4cm L f/4 (46x); Katsumi Yoshimoto (Yamaguchi, Japan)
2014 Mar. 11.17 UT: m1=9.4, Dia.=2′, DC=2/; 25.4cm L f/5 (65x); Maik Meyer (Limburg, Germany)
2014 Mar. 10.19 UT: m1=9.3, Dia.=3.5′, DC=2; 25.4cm L f/5 (65x); Maik Meyer (Limburg, Germany)
2014 Mar. 10.16 UT: m1=9.4, Dia.=4′, DC=5; 20cm L (42x); Alex Scholten (Eerbeek, Netherlands)
2014 Mar. 09.32 UT: m1=9.3, Dia.=3.0’, DC=4, Tail: not visible; 25cm SCT (62x); Alberto Anunziato (Oro Verde, Argentina)
2014 Mar. 09.14 UT: m1=9.1, Dia.=3.2′, DC=4; 20×80 B; Marek Biely (Brno, Czech Republic) [Fading slowly]
2014 Mar. 06.47 UT: m1=9.0, Dia=4.0′, DC=2/, Tail: visible; 15cm SCT (36x); Salvador Aguirre (Hermosillo, Sonora, Mexico)
2014 Mar. 02.31 UT: m1=9.1, Dia.=3′, DC=4; 18cm L (57x); Alexandre Amorim (Florianopolis, Brazil)
2014 Feb. 28.47 UT: m1=8.9 CCD, Dia.=8.3′, Tail=&22′, in PA 301 deg.; 0.1-m f/5.0 astrograph + CCD; A. Novichonok & T. Prystavski (iTelescope observatory, H06. Remotely Mayhill, U.S.A.)
2014 Feb. 28.30 UT: m1=9.1, Dia.=2.5′, DC=4; 18cm L (57x); Alexandre Amorim (Florianopolis, Brazil)
2014 Feb. 25.32 UT: m1=8.8, Dia.=3′, DC=4; 18cm L (57x); Alexandre Amorim (Florianopolis, Brazil)
2014 Feb. 22.19 UT: m1=8.0, Dia.=4, DC=4; 15cm R f:5 (38x); Maik Meyer (Limburg, Germany)
2014 Feb. 22.18 UT: m1=8.8, Dia.=~3′, DC=2; 20cm L (42x); Alex Scholten (Eerbeek, Netherlands) (moonlight)
2014 Feb. 20.88 UT: m1=8.3, Dia.=3.9′, DC=3/; 20cm L f/5 (30x); Man-To Hui (Nhut Thong Pau, Canton, China) [city lights]
2014 Feb. 19.51 UT: m1=8.0, Dia.=4′, DC=3/, Tail: Not visible; 15cm SCT (36x); Salvador Aguirre (Hermosillo, Sonora, Mexico)
2014 Feb. 16.18 UT: m1=8.1, Dia.=2.8′, DC=3/; 15cm R f:5 (38x); Maik Meyer (Limburg, Germany)
2014 Feb. 13.15 UT: m1=8.3:, Dia.=&3.5′, DC=5; 20×80 B; Marek Biely (Brno, Czech Republic) [Tail is already not visible. Interference of hazy sky due to some high clouds and Moon on the west side behind the hill. Not sure observation.]
2014 Feb. 12.85 UT: m1=8.2, Dia.=4′, DC=5; 26×100 B; Katsumi Yoshimoto (Yamaguchi, Japan)
2014 Feb. 12.21 UT: m1=8.2, Dia.=5′, DC=3; 15×80 B; Alex Scholten (Eerbeek, Netherlands)
2014 Feb. 11.53 UT: m1=7.5, Dia.=6′, DC=5; 10×50 B; Carl Hergenrother (Tucson, Arizona, USA)
2014 Feb. 09.72 UT: m1=8.7, Dia.=2.5’, DC=4/5; 25cm L f:5 (39x); Chris Wyatt (Walcha, NSW, Australia) [Very faint outer coma, brighter inner coma with moderately condensed central condensation, almost stellar, coma elongated to WNW. Very close to bright star, enhances using Swan Band filter, low altitude – 4.4°]
2014 Feb. 08.33 UT: m1=7.5, Dia.=6′, DC=4/, Tail= 15 arcmin in PA 285 degrees; 20×100 B; Marco Goiato (Araçatuba, Brasil) [Comet altitude: 19 degrees]
2014 Feb. 08.20 UT: m1=8.1, Dia.=4.0′; 7×50 B; Uwe Pilz (Leipzig, Germany) [In 15×70 B: DC=6, Tail: 0.05 deg. PA: 316 deg.]
2014 Feb. 07.32 UT: m1=7.4, Dia.=6′, DC=4; Tail: 10 arcmin in PA 300 degrees; 20×100 B; Marco Goiato (Araçatuba, Brasil) [Comet altitude: 15 degrees]
2014 Feb. 06.75 UT: m1=8.1, Dia.=4; 25×100 B; David A. J. Seargent (Cowra, NSW, Australia)
2014 Feb. 06.32 UT: m1=7.5, Dia.=5′, DC=4; 20×80 B; Willian Souza (Sao Paulo, Brazil)
2014 Feb. 05.23 UT: m1=7.9, Dia.=5′, DC=5; 15×80 B; Alex Scholten (Eerbeek,Netherlands)
2014 Feb. 04.12 UT: m1=7.8, Dia.=3.5′, DC=5/, Tail=0.2 deg. in PA 310 deg.; 20×80 B; Marek Biely (Brno, Czech Republic) [Much smaller than last time. But still bright. Low altitude: 13°. Correction for atmospheric extinction was not needed]
2014 Feb. 03.33 UT: m1=7.2, Dia.=6′, DC=5; 20×80 B; Willian Souza (Sao Paulo, Brazil)
2014 Feb. 03.21 UT: m1=7.6, Dia.=5′, DC=6; 15×80 B; Alex Scholten (Eerbeek, Netherlands) [weak tail of about 0.2 degrees in PA = 305 degrees]
2014 Feb. 02.33 UT: m1=7.2, Dia.=6′, DC=5; 10cm R (25x); Willian Souza (Sao Paulo, Brazil)
2014 Feb. 02.18 UT: m1=6.8, Dia.=5′, DC=5, Tail= 10′; 11×80 B; Carlos Labordena (Castellón, España)
2014 Feb. 02.18 UT: m1=7.0, Dia.=5′, DC=6, Tail= 17′; 20cm SCT f:10 (50x); Carlos Labordena (Castellón, España)
2014 Feb. 01.75 UT: m1=8.1, Dia.=3.5’, DC=5/6; 25cm L f:5 (39x); Chris Wyatt (Walcha, NSW, Australia) [Coma elongated to NW, no tail visible, enhances well in Swan Band filter, twilight interference, low altitude = 4.7°.
2014 Feb. 01.33 UT: m1=7.2, Dia.=6′, DC=5; 10cm R (25x); Willian Souza (Sao Paulo, Brazil)
2014 Jan. 31.50 UT: m1=7.5, Dia.=5′, DC=4/, Tail= Not visible; 15cm SCT (36x); Salvador Aguirre (Hermosillo, Sonora, Mexico)
2014 Jan. 31.33 UT: m1=7.0, Dia.=7′, DC=5; 20×80 B; Willian Souza (Sao Paulo, Brazil)
2014 Jan. 31.22 UT: m1=7.5, Dia.=5′, DC=6; 15×80 B; Alex Scholten (Eerbeek, Netherlands)
2014 Jan. 30.32 UT: m1=7.1, Dia.=7′, DC=4; 20×100 B; Marco Goiato (Araçatuba, Brasil) [Comet altitude: 9 degrees]
2014 Jan. 29.22 UT: m1=7.5, Dia.=5′, DC=6; 15×80 B; Alex Scholten (Eerbeek, Netherlands)
2014 Jan. 29.22 UT: m1=7.1, Dia.=5′, DC=4, Tail= 15′; 20cm SCT f:10 (50x); Carlos Labordena (Castellón, España)
2014 Jan. 28.24 UT: m1=7.4, Dia.=5′, DC=6; 15×80 B; Alex Scholten (Eerbeek, Netherlands) (weak hint of tail in PA = 310 degrees)
2014 Jan. 27.21 UT: m1=7.4, Dia.=5′, DC=6; 15×80 B; Alex Scholten (Eerbeek, Netherlands) (in 42x200L tail l = 0.2 degrees PA = 320 degrees, comet close to 72 Oph)
2014 Jan. 26.16 UT: m1=7.1, Dia.=5′, DC=5; 25×100 B; Martin Lehky (Czech Republic)
2014 Jan. 23.65 UT: m1=7.2, Dia.=5′, DC=5, Tail=40min. in PA: 330 deg.; 20×60 B; Michael Linnolt (Ocean View, Hawaii, USA) [SQM-L: 20.1 mag/arcsec^2, Reference stars: TYC 1015-1429-1 (7.44), TYC 1016-413-1 (7.01), Moonlight but good sky transparency]
2014 Jan. 19.66 UT: m1=6.9, Dia.=5′, DC=5, Tail=0.33 deg. PA: 325 deg.; 20×60 B; Michael Linnolt (Ocean View, Hawaii, USA) [SQM-L: 21.6 mag/arcsec^2, Reference stars: TYC 1551-1325-1 (6.33) TYC 1005-421-1 (6.90), Excellent sky conditions]
2014 Jan. 12.23 UT: m1=6.7, Dia.=4′, DC=7; 15x80B; Alex Scholten (Eerbeek, Netherlands) [tail I= 0.7 degrees PA= 320 degrees, comet close to group of stars]
2014 Jan. 12.16 UT: m1=6.5, Dia.=7′, DC=6, Tail=0.9 deg. in PA 325 deg.; 20×80 B (20x); Marek Biely (Brno, Czech Republic) [Easy to find, comet is very condensed. Clouds interference]
2014 Jan. 11.87 UT: m1=6.2, Dia.=8′, DC=6/,Tail=0.8 deg in PA 330 deg; 8×42 B; Katsumi Yoshimoto (Yamaguchi, Japan)
2014 Jan. 11.66 UT: m1=6.5, Dia.=4′, DC=6, Tail=1 deg. PA: 330 deg.; 20×60 B; Michael Linnolt (Ocean View, Hawaii, USA) [SQM-L: 19.0 mag/arcsec^2, Reference stars: TYC 1011-7-1 (6.27), TYC 1016-413-1 (7.01), Bright moon opposite of comet, but good transparency]
2014 Jan. 10.24 UT: m1=6.5, Dia.= 5′ DC=6/; 10×50 B; Alex Scholten (Eerbeek, Netherlands) [Tail I = 0.8 degrees PA = 335 degrees]
2014 Jan. 07.54 UT: m1=6.5, Dia.=5′, DC=6; 10×50 B; Carl Hergenrother (Tucson, Arizona, USA) [observed through thin cirrus, LM=5.5]
2014 Jan. 07.24 UT: m1=5.9, Dia.=10′, DC=6, Cola=50′; 11×80 B; Carlos Labordena (Castellón, España)
2014 Jan. 07.23 UT: m1=6.4, Dia.= 8′ DC=6; 10×50 B; Alex Scholten (Eerbeek, Netherlands) [Tail I = 0.9 degrees PA = 330 degrees]
2014 Jan. 04.17 UT: m1=6.4, Dia.=6′, DC=5/; 10x50B; Alex Scholten (Eerbeek, Netherlands) [tail I= 0.5 degrees PA= 335 degrees]
2014 Jan. 03 87 UT: m1=6.2, Dia.=8′, DC=6, Tail=0.7 deg in PA 330 deg; 8×42 B; Katsumi Yoshimoto (Yamaguchi, Japan)
2014 Jan. 03.52 UT: m1=6.4, Dia.=4′, DC=7; 10×50 B; Carl Hergenrother (Tucson, Arizona, USA)[LM = 6.0]
2014 Jan. 01 86 UT: m1=6.1, Dia.=10′, DC=6, Tail=1.2 deg in PA 330 deg; 8×42 B; Katsumi Yoshimoto (Yamaguchi, Japan)

C/2013 N4 (Borisov) (1 observación)
2014 Jan. 05.72 UT: m1=15.7: CCD, Dia.=&0.9′; [T9] 0.32-m f/7.4 Ritchey-Chretien + CCD; A. Novichonok & T. Prystavski (iTelescope observatory, Q62, remotely Siding Spring, Australia) [object USNOA2 0525-16053318 of 17m(Vis) very close to nucleus; diffuse faint coma]

C/2013 KP36 (Spacewatch) (1 observación)
2014 June 30.22 UT: m1=16.2, DC=4; Visual Aperture 36″ F/3.5; Jean-François Viens (Cd’OA des Monts Notre-Dame, Québec, Canada)

C/2013 G9 (Tenagra) (3 observaciones)
2014 Aug. 12.37 UT: m1=17.4 CCD, Dia.=0.16′, Tail=0.2′ in PA: 89 deg.; 0.32-m f/7.4 Ritchey-Chretien + CCD; A. Novichonok & T. Prystavski (iTelescope observatory, Q62 remotely from Siding Spring, Australia)
2014 July 19.36 UT: m1=16.4 CCD, Dia.=0.25′, Tail=0.4′ in PA 93 deg.; 0.32-m f/7.4 Ritchey-Chretien + CCD; A. Novichonok & T. Prystavski (iTelescope observatory, Q62 remotely from Siding Spring, Australia)
2014 May  07.58 UT: m1=16.4 CCD, Dia.=0.24′, Tail=0.4′ in PA: 75 deg.; 0.32-m f/7.4 Ritchey-Chretien + CCD; A. Novichonok & T. Prystavski (iTelescope observatory, Q62 remotely Siding Spring, Australia)

C/2013 G3 (PANSTARRS) (7 observaciones)
2014 Nov. 25.05 UT: m1=17.0 CCD, Dia.=0.24′, Tail=&0.8′ in PA: 250 deg.; [T20] 0.1-m f/5.0 astrograph + CCD; A. Novichonok & T. Prystavski (iTelescope observatory, H06, remotely from Mayhill, U.S.A.)
2014 Oct. 01.14 UT: m1=16.6 CCD, Dia.=0.17′; [T21 ]0.43-m f/6.8 astrograph + CCD + f/4.5 focal reducer; A. Novichonok & T. Prystavski (iTelescope observatory, H06, remotely Mayhill, U.S.A.)
2014 Aug. 12.36 UT: m1=16.8 CCD, Dia.=0.2′, Tail=0.2′ in PA: 179 deg.; 0.43-m f/6.8 astrograph + CCD; A. Novichonok & T.Prystavski (iTelescope observatory, Q62 remotely Siding Spring, Australia)
2014 July 25.93 UT: m1=[14.4, Dia.=1.5′; 35cm reflector (239x); Jakub Cerný (Czech Republic)
2014 July 14.88 UT: m1=16.9 CCD, Dia.=0.2′, Tail=0.2′ in PA: 213 deg.; 0.32-m f/8.0 astrograph + CCD; A. Novichonok & T. Prystavski (AstroCamp Observatory, I89 remotely from Nerpio, Spain)
2014 June 26.95 UT: m1=17.0 CCD, Dia.=0.27′, Tail=0.4′ in PA: 191 deg.; 0.7-m f/4.0 reflector + CCD; S. Nazarov & T. Prystavski (Crimean Astrophysical Observatory, MPC 095, Crimea-Nauchnij)
2014 Apr. 16.97 UT: m1=16.5: CCD, Dia.=&0.25′; 0.7-m f/4.0 reflector + CCD; S. Nazarov & T. Prystavski (Crimean Astrophysical Observatory, MPC 095. Crimea-Nauchnij)

C/2013 A1 (Siding Spring) (96 observaciones)
2014 Nov. 29.37 UT: m1=10.4, Dia.=1.6′, DC=4; 40.0cm L f/4.5 (144x); Seiichi Yoshida (Gunma, Japan)
2014 Nov. 18.76 UT: m1=11.3, Dia.=2′, DC=4, no cola; 20cm SCT (50x); Carlos Labordena (Castellón, España)
2014 Nov. 17.40 UT: m1=9.8, Dia.=1.8’, DC=6; 25cm L f:5 (39x); Chris Wyatt (Walcha, NSW, Australia) [Coma has diffuse edges, small faint stellar central condensation, slightly elongated to the SE. At x39 the outer coma enhances using Swan Band filter, at x83 the inner coma does not enhance. Low altitude= 6.6°; Zodiacal light interference]
2014 Nov. 16.95 UT: m1=8.7, Dia.=4′, DC=4; 20×100 B; Marco Antonio Coelho Goiato (Araçatuba, Brazil) [Nautical twilight, comet altitude: 11 degrees]
2014 Nov. 12.41 UT: m1=9.6:, Dia.=2.5’, DC=5/; 25cm L f:5 (39x); Chris Wyatt (Walcha, NSW, Australia) [Central condensation dims using Swan Band filter at x83, outer coma enhances using x39; Low altitude = 9.2°, Zodiacal light interference; No atmospheric extinction required. Magnitude uncertain due to bright background star in coma, 0.5’ from centre of coma in PA 111° (Mag 10.2 – AQ)]
2014 Nov. 10.44 UT: m1=11.0, Dia.=1.0’, DC=7; 11.4cm L f8 (43x); Rob Kaufman (Bright, Victoria, Australia) [Starlike central condensation with small faint coma, elongated towards east. No tail visible. Edge of zodiacal light. Comet altitude 10 degrees]
2014 Nov. 09.75 TU: m1=11, Dia.=2′, DC=2; 11.4cm L f/8 (45x); Neil Norman (Ipswich, England) [Visually very similar to Q3 in appearance. Comet just 10 degrees “up” at time of observation in late twilight]
2014 Nov. 08.43 UT: m1=10.9, Dia.=2.0’, DC=2; 11.4cm L f:8 (43x); Rob Kaufman (Bright, Victoria, Australia) [Very faint diffuse object with slight brightening towards centre. No tail visible.  Moonlight, twilight, light haze. Comet altitude 14 degrees]
2014 Nov. 08.40 UT: m1=10.7, Dia.=1.2’, DC=4/; 25cm L f:5 (83x); Chris Wyatt (Walcha, NSW, Australia) [No tail visible, outer coma diffuse and transparent, gradually brightens to a small central condensation, not stellar. Does not appear to enhance using Swan Band filter. Zodiacal light and fading twilight; Low altitude = 17.9°, atmospheric extinction not required. Moon below Eastern horizon]
2014 Oct. 30.07 UT: m1=[11.3; 15cm SCT (75x); Salvador Aguirre (Hermosillo, Sonora, Mexico)
2014 Oct. 28.74 UT: m1=[10.3, Dia.=1.6′, NEGATIVE; 7.6cm L f/4 (38x); Marek Biely (Brno, Czech Republic) [No chance. Fainter than 10.3 mag. Slight interference of astronomical twilight and moonlight]
2014 Oct. 26.01 UT: m1=11.6, Dia.=1.3′, DC=5; 30.5cm L f/4.9 (188x); Todd Augustyniak (Green River State Wildlife Area, Harmon, Illinois, USA) [Condensed toward center]
2014 Oct. 25.79 UT: m1=11.2, Dia.=1.2′, DC=3, no cola; 20cm SCT (50x); Carlos Labordena (Castellón, España)
2014 Oct. 25.38 UT: m1=11.0, Dia.=1.5′, DC=5; 40.0cm L f/4.5 (144x); Seiichi Yoshida (Gunma, Japan)
2014 Oct. 22.44 UT: m1=11.4, Dia.=1.3′, DC=4; 40.6cm L f/4 (76x); Paul Camilleri (Warners Bay, NSW, Australia)
2014 Oct. 22.43 UT: m1=11.6, Dia.=1.2’, DC=3; 35cm T f:11 (71x); Chris Wyatt (Armidale, NSW, Australia) [Close to mag 11.3 star, approximately 0.5’ away to the SW. Faint transparent outer coma, inner coma slightly brighter but diffused. Small faint tail 1.3’ in PA 110° visible]
2014 Oct. 22.06 UT: m1=[10.8; 15cm SCT (40x); Salvador Aguirre (Hermosillo, Sonora, Mexico)
2014 Oct. 21.44 UT: m1=11.5, Dia.=2.0′, DC=4; 40.6cm L f/4 (165x); Paul Camilleri (Warners Bay, NSW, Australia)
2014 Oct. 21.42 UT: m1=11.4, Dia.=1.4’, DC=5/; 25cm L f:5 (83x); Chris Wyatt (Walcha, NSW, Australia) [Close to mag 11.7 star, approximately 1’ away to the SW. Coma appears as a bright diffuse patch with a small and sometimes stellar central condensation. Small tail 1.5’ in PA 110° visible. Using Swan Band filter the central condensation dims but the inner coma remains visible but not well enhanced]
2014 Oct. 19.40 UT: m1=11.2, Dia.=2.4’, DC=5/; 25cm L f:5 (39x); Chris Wyatt (Walcha, NSW, Australia) [Coma appears elongated to ESE, close to mag 11.2 star to the South, separation of 2.8’. Easily visible with glare of Mars in the same field of view. Diffuse outer coma with slight brighter centre, aqua-blue in colour, with a small stellar central condensation. Coma dims slightly using Swan Band filter although the very inner coma remains plainly visible. Observed again at 19.44 UT with the comet moved away from the nearby star, m1= 11.2; Dia= 2.7’; DC= 5. Observations were made with Mars moved out of field]
2014 Oct. 18.40 UT: m1=10.8, Dia.=1.8′, DC=5; 20cm; Con Stoitsis (Nagambie, Victoria, Australia)
2014 Oct. 17.45 UT: m1=11.6, Dia.=1.0’, DC=5; 20cm T f:10 (80x); Rob Kaufman (Bright, Victoria, Australia]) [Round faint diffuse coma with star-like central condensation visible in moments of good seeing. No tail visible. Movement followed. Visible in averted vision in 114mm T f:8 (43x). Comet altitude 30 degrees]
2014 Oct. 16.42 UT: m1=11.0, Dia.=2.1’, DC=5/; 25cm L f:5 (83x); Chris Wyatt (Walcha, NSW, Australia) [Faint transparent tail visible 4’ in length approximately in P.A. 130°, slightly curved. Coma resembles a soft nebulous glow and shows a small faint central condensation at times although brighter than the surrounding coma]
2014 Oct. 16.42 UT: m1=11.4, Dia.=3′; 25cm L (71x); David A. J. Seargent (Cowra, NSW, Australia)
2014 Oct. 15.49 UT: m1=11.4; 25cm L (71x); David A. J. Seargent (Cowra, NSW, Australia)
2014 Oct. 15.42 UT: m1=11.4, Dia.=1.7′; 25.4cm L f/4 (x46); Katsumi Yoshimoto (Yamaguchi, Japan)
2014 Oct. 15.42 UT: m1=11.6, Dia.=1.4’, DC=5/; 25cm L f:5 (83x); Chris Wyatt (Walcha, NSW, Australia) [Outer coma diffuse, inner coma brighter and elongated to SE. Small central condensation, appears faintly stellar in periods of good seeing. Coma close to faint star to the North. Faint tail visible, 2.5’ in length in PA 130°; does not enhance in Swan Band filter]
2014 Oct. 12.40 UT: m1=11.0: CCD, Dia.=&3.0′, Tail=&13.0′ in PA: 110 deg; [T12]0.11m f/5.0 refractor + CCD; A. Novichonok & T. Prystavski (iTelescope observatory, Q62 remotely from Siding Spring, Australia)
2014 Oct. 11.76 UT: m1=[10.2, Dia.=1.3′, NEGATIVE; 7.6cm f/4 L (38x); Marek Biely (Brno, Czech Republic) [It is still too low, so not visible. Fainter than 10.2 mag.]
2014 Oct. 11.45 UT: m1=11.2, Dia.=1.0′, DC=4; 40.6cm L f/4 (165x); Paul Camilleri (Warners Bay, NSW, Australia)
2014 Oct. 08.44 UT: m1=11.1; 25×100 B; David A. J. Seargent (Cowra, NSW, Australia)
2014 Oct. 08.44 UT: m1=11.1, Dia.=3′, DC=4: 25cm L (71x); David A. J. Seargent (Cowra, NSW, Australia) [Little difference using Swan band filter]
2014 Oct. 08.44 UT: m1=11.0, Dia.=1.9’, DC=3; 25cm L f:5 (39x); Chris Wyatt (Walcha, NSW, Australia) [Moon in Total Eclipse; Coma shows a faint elongation to the SE, inner coma not condensed very well]
2014 Oct. 07.94 UT: m1=10.3:, Dia.=1′, DC=6; 18cm L (57x); Alexandre Amorim (Florianopolis, Brazil) [moonlight]
2014 Oct. 02.40 UT: m1=11.1, Dia.=1’, DC=3/; 25cm L f:5 (83x); Chris Wyatt (Walcha, NSW, Australia) [Moonlight; Close to bright star, coma diffuse with small and moderately condensed central condensation, no tail]
2014 Oct. 01.44 UT: m1=10.6, Dia.=2′, DC=3; 40.6cm L f/4 (165x); Paul Camilleri (Warners Bay, NSW, Australia)
2014 Oct. 01.39 UT: m1=11.5, Dia.=0.8’, DC=3; 25cm L f:5 (83x); Chris Wyatt (Walcha, NSW, Australia) [Moonlight, elongation from Moon 21°. No tail, close to bright stars, crowded star field. Coma small and diffuse with slightly brighter and moderately condensed central condensation]
2014 Sep. 23.41 UT: m1=10.3, Dia.=2.8’, DC=6; 25cm L f:5 (39x); Chris Wyatt (Walcha, NSW, Australia) [Coma very diffuse and even in brightness with small stellar central condensation, small curved tail 3’ in length in P.A. 132° with convex side to the North. Coma dims using Swan Band filter. Crowded star field]
2014 Sep. 21.95 UT: m1=10.0, Dia.=1.7′, DC=3/; 18cm L (57x); Alexandre Amorim (Florianopolis, Brazil)
2014 Sep. 21.95 UT: m1=10.0, Dia.=1.5′, DC=3; 18cm L (57x); Alexandre Amorim (Florianopolis, Brazil)
2014 Sep. 20.43 UT: m1=10.1, Dia.=3′, DC=4; 25×100 B; Michael Mattiazzo (Swan Hill, Victoria) [in a crowded star field, may have affected estimate]
2014 Sep. 20.39 UT: m1=10.4, Dia.=1.5’, DC=6; 25cm L f:5 (39x); Chris Wyatt (Walcha, NSW, Australia) [Background stars in coma; Coma small with stellar central condensation, short tail 2’ in length in P.A. 090°, slightly curved; crowded star field. Enhances slightly in Swan Band filter]
2014 Sep. 18.41 UT: m1=9.4, Dia.=3.7’, DC=4; 25cm L f:5 (39x); Chris Wyatt (Walcha, NSW, Australia) [Background star in coma, coma appears diffuse and transparent. Tail visible, 8.5’ in length and approximately at P.A. 122°. Tail slightly curved to the SE, with convex side facing North]
2014 Sep. 17.52 UT: m1=9.8; 25×100 B; David A. J. Seargent (Cowra, NSW, Australia)
2014 Sep. 16.94 UT: m1=9.8, Dia.=1.5′, DC=3; 18cm L (57x); Alexandre Amorim (Florianopolis, Brazil)
2014 Sep. 16.01 UT: m1=9.6, Día.=2.2′, DC=3; 25cm L (66x); Gonzalo Vargas (Cochabamba Bolivia)
2014 Sep. 15.99 UT: m1=9.7, Dia.=2′, DC=3; 18cm L (57x); Alexandre Amorim (Florianopolis, Brazil)
2014 Sep. 14.44 UT: m1=9.8; 25×100 B; David A. J. Seargent (Cowra, NSW, Australia)
2014 Sep. 13.97 UT: m1=9.7, Dia.=2′, DC=3; 18cm L (57x); Alexandre Amorim (Florianopolis, Brazil)
2014 Sep. 12.94 UT: m1=9.8, Dia.=4′, DC=3; 22cm L (57.6x); Marco Antonio Coelho Goiato (Araçatuba, Brazil)
2014 Sep. 12.42 UT: m1=9.7; 25×100 B; David A. J. Seargent (Cowra, NSW, Australia)
2014 Sep. 11.42 UT: m2=12.4 CCD, Dia.=&5.5′, Tail=&27′ in PA 97: deg.; [T12] 0.11m f/5.0 refractor + CCD; A. Novichonok & T. Prystavski (iTelescope observatory, Q62, remotely from Siding Spring, Australia)
2014 Sep. 11.41 UT: m1=9.9, Dia.=4.2’, DC=5/; 25cm L f:5 (39x); Chris Wyatt (Walcha, NSW, Australia) [Coma evenly diffuse across much of the coma with small faint sometimes stellar centre. Tail is slightly fanned, 6’ in length approximately at P.A. 102°]
2014 Sep. 10.95 UT: m1=9.7:, Dia.=2′, DC=3; 18cm L (57x); Alexandre Amorim (Florianopolis, Brazil)
2014 Sep. 06.30 UT: m1=9.6, Dia.=4′, DC=3; 22cm L (60x); Marco Antonio Coelho Goiato (Araçatuba, Brazil)
2014 Sep. 06.21 UT: m1=9.6, Dia.=4′, DC=3; 22cm L (60x); Marco Antonio Coelho Goiato (Araçatuba, Brazil) [moonlight]
2014 Sep. 03.69 UT: m1=10.0, Dia.=3.8’, DC=5/6; 25cm L f:5 (39x); Chris Wyatt (Walcha, NSW, Australia) [Coma has faint edges gradually brightening to centre to a small, sometimes stellar, central condensation. Tail is fan-shaped, 8.5’ in length in P.A. 041° approx. Does not enhance using Swan Band filter]
2014 Sep. 02.77 UT: m2=12.3 CCD, Dia.=&9.0′, Tail=&20′ in PA: 66 deg.; 0.11m f/5.0 refractor + CCD; A. Novichonok & T. Prystavski (iTelescope observatory, Q62, remotely from Siding Spring, Australia)
2014 Aug. 31.25 UT: m1=9.8, Dia.=4′, DC=3; 22cm L (60x); Marco Antonio Coelho Goiato (Araçatuba, Brazil)
2014 Aug. 31.20 UT: m1=10.0, Dia.=3’, DC=3, Cola: NO; 25cm SCT (62x); Alberto Anunziato (Oro Verde, Argentina)
2014 Aug. 30.53 UT: m1=10.3, Dia.=1.5’, DC=4; 11.2cm L f/8 (43x); Rob Kaufman (Bright, Victoria, Australia] [Outer coma diffuse and faint; star-like central condensation visible in moments of good seeing. Slight elongation in fan shape to north (dust tail)]
2014 Aug. 30.31 UT: m1=9.8, Dia.=4′, DC=3; 22cm L (60x); Marco Antonio Coelho Goiato (Araçatuba, Brazil)
2014 Aug. 29.17 UT: m1=10.5, Dia.=4′, DC=3/, Cola= no visible; 15X70 B; Roberto Condori (OAN MPC820 Tarija, Bolivia) [Método Morris, Alt: 35°, * comparación TYC 9138-1870-1 10.16 y TYC 9138-1853-1 10.66]
2014 Aug. 23.21 UT: m1=10.0, Dia.=3.5′, DC=4/; 22cm L (60x); Marco Antonio Coelho Goiato (Araçatuba, Brazil)
2014 Aug. 22.35 UT: m1=10.3:, Dia=1′, DC=3; 18cm L (57x); Alexandre Amorim (Florianopolis, Brazil)
2014 Aug. 21.35 UT: m1=10.4:, Dia.=1′, DC=4; 18cm L (57x); Alexandre Amorim (Florianopolis, Brazil) [very close to TYC 8858-262-1]
2014 Aug. 20.21 UT: m1=9.9, Dia.=4′, DC=3/, Tail= no visible; 15×70 B; Roberto Condori  (OAN MPC820 Tarija, Bolivia) [Método Morris, Alt: 29°, * comparación TYC 8490-486-1 9.8 y TYC 8490-668-1 10.19]
2014 Aug. 19.19 UT: m1=10.0, Dia.=3.5′, DC=4/; 22cm L (60x); Marco Antonio Coelho Goiato (Araçatuba, Brazil)
2014 Aug. 17.23 UT: m1=10.2, Dia.=3’, DC=3, Cola: no visible; 25cm SCT (40x); Alberto Anunziato (Oro Verde, Argentina)
2014 Aug. 09.34 UT: m1=10.1, Dia.=3′, DC=4; 22cm L (60x); Marco Antonio Coelho Goiato (Araçatuba, Brazil)
2014 Aug. 06.75 UT: m1=10.1, Dia.=4.4’, DC=5/; 25cm L f:5 (39x); Chris Wyatt (Walcha, NSW, Australia) [Close to bright star, coma elongated and slightly fanned to the West approximately. -5° C ambient temperature, clean clear skies]
2014 Aug. 05.75 UT: m1=10.3, Dia.=5’, DC=4/; 25cm L f:5 (39x); Chris Wyatt (Walcha, NSW, Australia) [Coma elongated to NW, evenly diffused with a small and slightly brighter central condensation, close to bright stars, dims slightly using Swan Band filter. Foggy conditions at ground level]
2014 Aug. 02.29 UT: m1=10.6, Dia.=3′, DC=4; 22cm L (160x); Marco Antonio Coelho Goiato (Araçatuba, Brazil)
2014 July 30.73 UT: m1=10.4, Dia.=4’, DC=5/; 25cm L f:5 (39x); Chris Wyatt (Walcha, NSW, Australia) [Coma elongated to WSW approximately, no tail, background star in coma. Faint and short transparent extension to NE. Small central condensation gradually fades to edges, inner third of coma more opaque whereas the outer two thirds is more transparent]
2014 July 29.23 UT: m1=10.8, Dia.=3′, DC=3; 22cm L (160x); Marco Antonio Coelho Goiato (Araçatuba, Brazil)
2014 July 28.72 UT: m1=10.8, Dia.=3.3’, DC=5; 25cm L f:5 (83x); Chris Wyatt (Walcha, NSW, Australia) [Coma appears elongated NE-SW, outer coma diffuse with small central condensation, not quite stellar. Coma slightly enhances in Swan Band filter. Nearby bright galaxies in field]
2014 July 27.72 UT: m2=13.4 CCD, Dia.=4.7′, Tail=5.3′ in PA: 243 deg.; 0.11m f/5.0 refractor + CCD; A. Novichonok & T. Prystavski (iTelescope observatory, Q62 remotely from Siding Spring, Australia)
2014 July 26.27 UT: m1=11.0, Dia.=1′, DC=6; 18cm L (57x); Alexandre Amorim (Florianopolis, Brazil)
2014 July 21.34 UT: m1=11.5, Dia.=1′, DC=5; 18cm L (57x); Alexandre Amorim (Florianopolis, Brazil)
2014 July 20.35 UT: m1=11.5:; 18cm L (57x); Alexandre Amorim (Florianopolis, Brazil) [moonlight interference]
2014 July 19.36 UT: m1=11.5:, Dia.=–, DC=7; 18cm L (57x); Alexandre Amorim (Florianopolis, Brazil) [moonlight interference]
2014 July 07.80 UT: m1=11.6 CCD, Dia.=2.5′, Tail=2.5′ in PA: 220 deg.; 0.11m f/5.0 refractor + CCD; A. Novichonok & T. Prystavski (iTelescope observatory, Q62. Remotely Siding Spring, Australia)
2014 July 06.32 UT: m1=11.3, Dia.=1.5′, DC=4; 22cm L (160x); Marco Antonio Coelho Goiato (Araçatuba, Brazil) [better visualization with Swan filter]
2014 July 02.82 UT: m1=11.9, Dia.=1′, DC=4/; 20cm L (133x); Michael Mattiazzo (Swan Hill, Victoria) [small but moderately condensed]
2014 July 02.70 UT: m1=12.0, Dia.=2.5’, DC=3/; 25cm L f:5 (83x); Chris Wyatt (Walcha, NSW, Australia) [Coma elongated to the South approximately, small central condensation, moderately condensed. Almost disappears when applying Swan Band filter]
2014 July 01.70 UT: m1=11.9, Dia.=1.6’, DC=2; 25cm L f:5 (83x); Chris Wyatt (Walcha, NSW, Australia) [Coma appears fanned in shape to the South approximately, slightly brighter inner coma, weakly condensed and fading to a transparent outer coma. No tail, fog interference, obs made during breaks. Low altitude = 18°]
2014 June 28.35 UT: m1=11.6, Dia.=1.5′, DC=4; 22cm L (160x); Marco Antonio Coelho Goiato (Araçatuba, Brazil)
2014 May  28.78 UT: m1=12.9, Dia.=1’, DC=3; 25cm L f:5 (83x); Chris Wyatt (Walcha, NSW, Australia) [Coma appears slightly elongated to the South, central condensation slightly condensed but quite noticeable in periods of good seeing, low altitude = 14.3°]
2014 Mar. 30.38 UT: m1=14.3: CCD, Dia.=0.5′, Tail=2.7′ in PA 82 deg; 0.50-m f/6.8 astrograph + CCD + focal reducer; A. Novichonok & T. Prystavski (iTelescope observatory, Q62. Remotely from Siding Spring, Australia) [two single images were obtained in the evening twilight]
2014 Feb. 24.49 UT: m1=14.1, Dia.=1.2’, DC=2/3; 25cm L f:5 (83x); Chris Wyatt (Walcha, NSW, Australia) [Coma shows diffuse edges with slightly brighter centre but weakly condensed, no tail. Visible in periods of good seeing,  altitude – 20°]
2014 Feb. 24.43 UT: m1=14.5: CCD, Dia.=0.41′, Tail=0.9′, in PA: 87 deg.; 0.11m f/5.0 refractor + CCD; A. Novichonok & T. Prystavski (iTelescope observatory, Q62. Remotely Siding Spring, Australia)
2014 Feb. 03.49 UT: m1=14.3, Dia.=0.7’, DC=2/3; 25cm L f:5 (83x); Chris Wyatt (Walcha, NSW, Australia) [Coma sometimes appears to be elongated to SSE, visible in periods of good seeing. Outer coma is even in brightness but very tenuous with small central brightening, no tail]
2014 Jan. 30.45 UT: m1=14.4, Dia.=0.5’, DC=2/3; 25cm L f:5 (83x); Chris Wyatt (Walcha, NSW, Australia) [Difficult to see but shows up well in periods of good seeing, coma appears diffuse but with a slightly brighter inner coma, weakly condensed, no tail. Naked Eye limiting magnitude in vicinity of the comet is +6.6]
2014 Jan. 29.45 UT: m1=14.3, Dia.=0.5’, DC=2/3; 25cm L f:5 (83x); Chris Wyatt (Walcha, NSW, Australia) [Coma very small and diffuse with slightly brighter central condensation. Visible in periods of good seeing. No tail]
2014 Jan. 28.48 UT: m1=14.4, Dia.=0.6’, DC=1/2; 25cm L f:5 (83x); Chris Wyatt (Walcha, NSW, Australia) [No tail, coma very small and diffuse. Visible in periods of good seeing, mag 15 stars nearby were easily visible but lost in scintillation sometimes. Observed over a 30 minute period]
2014 Jan. 26.45 UT: m1=14.1 CCD, Dia.=0.68′, Tail=1.1′ in PA 58 deg.; 0.11m f/5.0 refractor + CCD; A. Novichonok & T. Prystavski (iTelescope observatory, Q62. Remotely Siding Spring, Australia)

C/2012 X1 (LINEAR)(170 observaciones)
2014 Dec. 12.44 UT: m1=13.6: CCD, Dia.=&1.0′; [T12]0.11m f/5.0 refractor + CCD; A. Novichonok & T. Prystavski (iTelescope observatory, Q62 remotely from Siding Spring, Australia)
2014 Nov. 23.06 UT: m1=[10.8, negative; 15cm SCT (75x); Salvador Aguirre (Hermosillo, Sonora, Mexico)
2014 Nov. 16.46 UT: m1=12.3: CCD, Dia.=&2′; [T12]0.11m f/5.0 refractor + CCD; A. Novichonok & T. Prystavski (iTelescope observatory, Q62, remotely from Siding Spring, Australia) [very diffuse coma]
2014 Oct. 30.08 UT: m1=[10.8; 15cm SCT (75x); Salvador Aguirre (Hermosillo, Sonora, Mexico)
2014 Oct. 12.45 UT: m1=12.7, Dia.=1.0′, DC=3; 40.6cm L f/4 (165x); Paul Camilleri (Warners Bay, NSW, Australia)
2014 Oct. 12.41 UT: m1=11.6: CCD, Dia.=&4.0′; [T12]0.11m f/5.0 refractor + CCD; A. Novichonok & T. Prystavski (iTelescope observatory, Q62 remotely from Siding Spring, Australia)
2014 Oct. 18.45 UT: m1=13.0, Dia.=1.0′, DC=2/; 30cm; Con Stoitsis (Nagambie, Victoria, Australia) [Difficult, only really visible with averted vision, and for moments at a time]
2014 Oct. 16.45 UT: m1=13.4, Dia.=1.5’, DC=2/; 25cm L f:5 (83x); Chris Wyatt (Walcha, NSW, Australia) [Small diffuse coma, slightly brighter in centre and weakly condensed]
2014 Oct. 15.45 UT: m1=11.8, Dia.=2.1’, DC=2; 25cm L f:5 (39x); Chris Wyatt (Walcha, NSW, Australia) [Coma diffuse, no tail. Close to bright star, difficult. Appears as a diffuse glow with slightly brighter but weakly condensed central condensation]
2014 Sep. 30.72 UT: m1=12.9, Dia.=1.3’, DC=2; 25cm L f:5 (83x); Chris Wyatt (Walcha, NSW, Australia) [Coma very diffused, no tail, difficult due to poor sky conditions, hazy, windy]
2014 Sep. 22.20 UT: m1=11.5, Dia.=2.5′, DC=3/; 22cm L (160x); Marco Antonio Coelho Goiato (Araçatuba, Brazil)
2014 Sep. 18.43 UT: m1=11.0, Dia.=5’, DC=2; 25cm L f:5 (39x); Chris Wyatt (Walcha, NSW, Australia) [Coma very diffuse and circular in shape, weakly condensed, tapering in brightness to edges. Close to bright stars, no tail. Does not enhance in Swan Band filter]
2014 Sep. 15.13 UT: m1=11.4, Dia.=2′, DC=4; 22cm L (160x); Marco Antonio Coelho Goiato (Araçatuba, Brazil)
2014 Sep. 11.41 UT: m1=11.3, Dia.=3.7’, DC=2; 25cm L f:5 (39x); Chris Wyatt (Walcha, NSW, Australia) [Observation slightly affected by light pollution from town. Coma diffused and transparent across it’s diameter. Slight brightening in centre but weak, enhances slightly in Swan Band filter]
2014 Sep. 11.41 UT: m2=14.3 CCD, Dia.=&8.8′, Tail=&36′ in PA: 299 deg; [T12] 0.11m f/5.0 refractor + CCD; A. Novichonok & T. Prystavski (iTelescope observatory, Q62, remotely from Siding Spring, Australia)
2014 Sep. 03.74 UT: m1=11.2, Dia.=3.5’, DC=4; 25cm L f:5 (39x); Chris Wyatt (Walcha, NSW, Australia) [Close to bright stars, coma appears diffuse with small, moderately condensed centre]
2014 Aug. 31.39 UT: m2=14.0 CCD, Dia.=&8.4′, Tail=&37′ in PA: 295 deg.; 0.11m f/5.0 refractor + CCD; A. Novichonok & T. Prystavski (iTelescope observatory, Q62, remotely from Siding Spring, Australia)
2014 Aug. 31.23 UT: m1=10.9, Dia.=2′, DC=3; 22cm L (160x); Marco Antonio Coelho Goiato (Araçatuba, Brazil)
2014 Aug. 31.22 UT: m1=11.0, Dia.=2’, DC=2, Cola: NO; 25cm SCT (62x); Alberto Anunziato (Oro Verde, Argentina)
2014 Aug. 30.27 UT: m1=10.9, Dia.=2′, DC=3; 22cm L (160x); Marco Antonio Coelho Goiato (Araçatuba, Brazil)
2014 Aug. 20.11 UT: m1=10.5, Dia.=3′, DC=4; 22cm L (60x); Marco Antonio Coelho Goiato (Araçatuba, Brazil)
2014 Aug. 06.73 UT: m1=9.9, Dia.=5.3’, DC=5; 25cm L f:5 (39x); Chris Wyatt (Walcha, NSW, Australia) [Tail visible 7’ in length, faint and transparent, in P.A. 310°, outer coma transparent and diffuse with and even surface brightness, inner coma third slightly brighter and moderately condensed with small faint central condensation. Does not enhance in Swan Band filter]
2014 Aug. 05.76 UT: m1=9.9, Dia.=4.4’, DC=4/; 25cm L f:5 (39x); Chris Wyatt (Walcha, NSW, Australia) [Very faint tail visible 9’ in length, slightly fanned, in P.A. 285°, coma diffuse with small central condensation. Foggy conditions at ground level, -5° C ambient temperature]
2014 Aug. 02.21 UT: m1=9.8, Dia.=5′, DC=4/; 22cm L (60x); Marco Antonio Coelho Goiato (Araçatuba, Brazil)
2014 Aug. 01.74 UT: m1=10.5, Dia.=5.6’, DC=5/; 25cm L f:5 (39x); Chris Wyatt (Walcha, NSW, Australia) [Coma dims slightly using Swan Band filter. A tapered, short and narrow tail-like feature to WSW and a slight hazy, transparent coma extension to the North]
2014 Aug. 01.73 UT: m1=9.8, Dia.=4.4’, DC=5/; 25cm L f:5 (39x); Chris Wyatt (Walcha, NSW, Australia) [Faint tail visible 9’ in length in P.A. 280°, width 4’ at the extremity. Coma shows small faint central condensation offset to the E, inner coma elongated to W]
2014 Aug. 01.11 UT: m1=10.0, Día.=4′, DC=4; 25cm L (66x); Gonzalo Vargas (Cochabamba Bolivia)
2014 July 30.72 UT: m1=9.8, Dia.=4.2’, DC=5; 25cm L f:5 (39x); Chris Wyatt (Walcha, NSW, Australia) [Faint tenuous tail visible 13.5’ in length in P.A. 289°. Coma diffuse slightly brightening to a moderately condensed centre, small bright central condensation, not quite stellar]
2014 July 29.12 UT: m1=9.7, Dia.=4′, DC=4/; 22cm L (60x); Marco Antonio Coelho Goiato (Araçatuba, Brazil)
2014 July 28.69 UT: m1=10.5, Dia.=4.8’, DC=5/; 25cm L f:5 (39x); Chris Wyatt (Walcha, NSW, Australia) [Tail visible faintly, 10’ in length in P.A. 289°, coma diffuse and transparent which gradually brightens to centre to a small central condensation, sometimes appearing faintly stellar. Coma enhances well using Swan Band filter, tail does not enhance]
2014 July 27.72 UT: m2=12.9 CCD, Dia.=&11.0′, Tail=&51′ in PA: 290 deg.; 0.11m f/5.0 refractor + CCD; A. Novichonok & T. Prystavski (iTelescope observatory, Q62 remotely from Siding Spring, Australia)
2014 July 26.26 UT: m1=10.3, Dia.=2′, DC=3; 18cm L (57x); Alexandre Amorim (Florianopolis, Brazil)
2014 July 21.33 UT: m1=10.0, Dia.=2′, DC=4; 18cm L (57x); Alexandre Amorim (Florianopolis, Brazil)
2014 July 20.34 UT: m1=10.0, Dia.=2′, DC=3; 18cm L (57x); Alexandre Amorim (Florianopolis, Brazil) [moonlight interference]
2014 July 20.06 UT: m1=9.5, Dia.=4′, DC=4; 22cm L (60x); Marco Antonio Coelho Goiato (Araçatuba, Brazil)
2014 July 19.34 UT: m1=9.8, Dia.=2′, DC=4; 18cm L (57x); Alexandre Amorim (Florianopolis, Brazil) [moonlight interference]
2014 July 07.80 UT: m2=12.5 CCD, Dia.=&9′, Tail=&49′ in PA: 277 deg.; 0.11m f/5.0 refractor + CCD; A. Novichonok & T. Prystavski (iTelescope observatory, Q62. Remotely Siding Spring, Australia)
2014 July 04.14 UT: m1=9.0, Dia.=4′, DC=3/; 20×100 B; Marco Antonio Coelho Goiato (Araçatuba, Brazil)
2014 July 02.80 UT: m1=9.2, Dia.=5′, DC=5/; 20cm L (57x); Michael Mattiazzo (Swan Hill, Victoria) [Beautiful comet displaying a stellar core surrounded by a large, circular coma with a short dust tail at least 10′ long in PA: 285 deg.]
2014 July 02.71 UT: m1=9.3, Dia.=4.5’, DC=5; 25cm L f:5 (39x); Chris Wyatt (Walcha, NSW, Australia) [Tail visible, 29’ in length in P.A. 262°, width of approximately 3.8’ mid-length, transparent and slightly fanning at the extremity. Small central condensation visible, appears stellar in good seeing. Brightness gradually fades to edges. Coma enhances using Swan Band filter]
2014 July 01.42 UT: m1=9.8, Dia.=3′, DC=2; 30×125 B; Carl Hergenrother (Tucson, Arizona, USA)
2014 July 01.35 UT: m1=9.3, Dia.=2′, DC=3; 18cm L (57x); Alexandre Amorim (Florianopolis,Brazil)
2014 June 30.20 UT: m1=8.8, Dia.=5′, DC=4; 20×100 B; Marco Antonio Coelho Goiato (Araçatuba, Brazil)
2014 Jun. 29.16 UT: m1=9.2, Dia.=5’, DC=4, Cola: no visible; 25cm SCT (40x); Alberto Anunziato (Oro Verde, Argentina)
2014 June 28.43 UT: m1=10.0, Dia=4′, DC=2/, Tail= Not visible; 15cm SCT (75x); Salvador Aguirre (Hermosillo, Sonora, Mexico)
2014 June 28.31 UT: m1=8.8, Dia.=6′, DC=4; 20×100 B; Marco Antonio Coelho Goiato (Araçatuba, Brazil)
2014 June 23.44 UT: m1=9.8, Dia.=3′, DC=3; 30×125 B; Carl Hergenrother (Tucson, Arizona, USA)
2014 June 22.72 UT: m1=9.2, Dia.=6.6’, DC=6; 25cm L f:5 (39x); Chris Wyatt (Walcha, NSW, Australia) [Faint broad tail extends to 21’ in length in P.A. 258°, slightly fans near the extremity but for most of its length it appears nearly straight and starts around 4’ in width approximately. Small bright and stellar central condensation within a diffuse luminous patch of light surrounded by a faint tenuous outer coma. Moonlight, Fog encroaching above ground level]
2014 June 21.19 UT: m1=8.7, Dia.=6′, DC=4; 20×100 B; Marco Antonio Coelho Goiato (Araçatuba, Brazil)
2014 June 07.21 UT: m1=8.7, Dia.=5′, DC=4/; 20×100 B; Marco Antonio Coelho Goiato (Araçatuba, Brazil)
2014 June 04.37 UT: m1=8.8, Dia.=4′, DC=3; 18cm L (57x); Alexandre Amorim (Florianopolis, Brazil)
2014 June 03.34 UT: m1=9.0, Dia.=3′, DC=3/; 18cm L (57x); Alexandre Amorim (Florianopolis, Brazil)
2014 May  31.43 UT: m1=9.1, Dia.=6′, DC=4/, Tail= Not visible; 15cm SCT (75x); Salvador Aguirre (Hermosillo, Sonora, Mexico)
2014 May  31.21 UT: m1=8.7, Dia.=5′, DC=5; 20×100 B; Marco Antonio Coelho Goiato (Araçatuba, Brazil)
2014 May  31.11 UT: m1=9.2, Dia.=4′, DC=5, no cola; 20cm SCT (50x); Carlos Labordena (Castellón, España)
2014 May  30.34 UT: m1=9.0, Dia.=4′, DC=4/; 18cm L (57x); Alexandre Amorim (Florianopolis, Brazil)
2014 May  29.75 UT: m1=8.8, Dia.=4.0′, DC=5; 30cm Dobson; Con Stoitsis (Nagambie, Victoria, Australia)
2014 May  29.35 UT: m1=9.0, Dia.=4′, DC=4; 18cm L (57x); Alexandre Amorim (Florianopolis, Brazil)
2014 May  28.72 UT: m1=8.7, Dia.=4.5’, DC=5/; 25cm L f:5 (39x); Chris Wyatt (Walcha, NSW, Australia) [Coma appears elongated  with tail 10’ in length in P.A. 247, bright central condensation, coma enhances well in Swan Band filter, tail enhances slightly, closer to the coma end. Tail width is around 4’ approx.]
2014 May  27.19 UT: m1=8.5, Dia.=6′, DC=5, Tail= 10 arcmin in PA: 270 degrees; 20×100 B; Marco Antonio Coelho Goiato (Araçatuba, Brazil)
2014 May  25.29 UT: m1=9.5, Dia.=3’, DC=2, Cola: no visble; 25cm SCT (40x); Alberto Anunziato (Oro Verde, Argentina)
2014 May  24.35 UT: m1=9.2, Dia.=3′, DC=4; 18cm L (57x); Alexandre Amorim (Florianopolis, Brazil)
2014 May  23.72 UT: m2=11.9 CCD, Dia.=11′, Tail=&30′ in PA: 270 deg.; 0.11m f/5.0 refractor + CCD; A. Novichonok & T. Prystavski (iTelescope observatory, Q62 remotely Siding Spring, Australia)
2014 May  18.34 UT: m1=8.9, Dia.=3′, DC=4; 18cm L (57x); Alexandre Amorim (Florianopolis, Brazil) [moonlight interference]
2014 May  17.34 UT: m1=9.0, Dia.=3′, DC=5; 18cm L (57x); Alexandre Amorim (Florianopolis, Brazil) [moonlight interference]
2014 May  15.34 UT: m1=9.0, Dia.=3′, DC=5; 18cm L (57x); Alexandre Amorim (Florianopolis, Brazil) [moonlight interference]
2014 May  13.34 UT: m1=9.0, Dia.=4′, DC=3; 18cm L (57x); Alexandre Amorim (Florianopolis, Brazil)
2014 May  11.44 UT: m1=8.1, Dia.=4′, DC=3; 10×50 B; Carl Hergenrother (Tucson, Arizona, USA)
2014 May  10.29 UT: m1=8.4, Dia.=6′, DC=6, Tail=10 arcmin in PA: 250 degrees; 20×100 B; Marco Antonio Coelho Goiato (Araçatuba, Brazil)
2014 May  07.68 UT: m1=8.7, Dia.=3.5’, DC=4; 11.4cm L f8 (43x); Rob Kaufman (Bright, Victoria, Australia) [Tail visible in averted vision, 7 arcminutes in approx PA: 245 deg.]
2014 May  05.70 UT: m1=8.5, Dia.=8’, DC=3/; 7×50 B; Chris Wyatt (Walcha, NSW, Australia) [Coma appears faintly elongated to the West approximately, faint thin outer coma with a bright moderately condensed inner coma. Limiting magnitude near comet = +5.9, hazy conditions although transparency was slightly affected, observation eventually ended due to fog]
2014 May  06.40 UT: m1=8.0, Dia.=6′, DC=5/, Tail= Not visible; 15cm SCT (75x); Salvador Aguirre (Hermosillo, Sonora, Mexico)
2014 May  04.30 UT: m1=8.7, Dia.=4′, DC=4; 18cm L (57x); Alexandre Amorim (Florianopolis, Brazil)
2014 May  03.74 UT: m1=7.9, Dia.=5′, DC=5; 40.0cm L f/4.5 (36x); Seiichi Yoshida (Gunma, Japan)
2014 May  02.69 UT: m1=7.6, Dia.=16’, DC=3; 7×50 B; Chris Wyatt (Walcha, NSW, Australia) [Coma very large and diffused, slightly brighter to centre, close to mag 9.5 star. Limiting magnitude near comet (naked eye)= +6.6. Using 10” f/5 dob at x39 the coma is condensed to DC of 5/6, tail 5.5’ in length in P.A. 266°, and 4.5’ broad at the extremity of the tail approximately, coma dia around 4’]
2014 May  02.07 UT: m1=8.5, Dia.=5.0′, DC=4; 20×80 B; Marek Biely (Brno, Czech Republic) [Very low altitude: 7,0 deg. above the horizon. Correction for an atmospheric extinction was not needed. Slight interference of astronomical twilight.]
2014 May  01.42 UT: m1=8.0, Dia.=4′, DC=4/, Tail= Not visible; 15cm SCT (36x); Salvador Aguirre (Hermosillo, Sonora, Mexico)
2014 Apr. 30.71 UT: m1=8.0, Dia.=9′, DC=3/; 9×63 B; Stuart T. Rae (Karamu, New Zealand)
2014 Apr. 29.48 UT: m1=8.0, Dia.=8′, DC=5; 10×50 B; Carl Hergenrother (Tucson, Arizona, USA)
2014 Apr. 27.34 UT: m1=8.6, Dia.=4’, DC=3, Tail= not visible; 25cm SCT (62x); Alberto Anunziato (Oro Verde, Argentina)
2014 Abr. 27.14 UT: m1=9.2, Dia.=4′, DC=5, no cola; 20cm SCT (50x); Carlos Labordena (Castellón, España)
2014 Apr. 26.25 UT: m1=8.5, Dia.=6′, DC=5, Tail= 10 arcmin in PA: 260 degrees; 20×100 B; Marco Antonio Coelho Goiato (Araçatuba, Brazil)
2014 Apr. 25.46 UT: m1=8.0: CCD, Dia.=&9.9′, Tail=40′ in PA: 267 deg.; 0.1-m f/5.0 astrograph + CCD; A. Novichonok & T. Prystavski (iTelescope observatory, H06 (remotely Mayhill, U.S.A.)
2014 Apr. 22.46 UT: m1=8.5, Dia.=5′, DC=3/, Tail= Not visible; 15cm SCT (36x); Salvador Aguirre (Hermosillo, Sonora, Mexico)
2014 Apr. 13.49 UT: m1=8.0, Dia.=4′, DC=3; 10×50 B; Carl Hergenrother (Tucson, Arizona, USA)
2014 Apr. 12.77 UT: m1=8.2, Dia.=6’, DC=3/; 7×50 B; Chris Wyatt (Walcha, NSW, Australia) [Coma appears circular, has a bright and easily distinguishable outer coma that is slightly elongated to the West, diffuse inner coma, close to bright stars]
2014 Apr. 11.10 UT: m1=8.3, Dia.=5.0′, DC=5, 20×80 B;  Marek Biely (Brno, Czech Republic) [Low altitude: 11,8 deg. above the horizon. Correction for an atmospheric extinction was not needed]
2014 Apr. 08.49 UT: m1=8.1, Dia.=5′, DC=5; 10×50 B; Carl Hergenrother (Tucson, Arizona, USA)
2014 Apr. 07.17 UT: m1=8.8, Dia.=4′, DC=3; 20cm SCT (50x); Carlos Labordena (Castellón, España)
2014 Apr. 06.33 UT: m1=8.2, Dia.=8′, DC=4; 15×70 B; Willian Souza (Monte Verde, Brazil)
2014 Apr. 05.79 UT: m1=8.5, Dia.=4′, DC=6; 25×100 B; Michael Mattiazzo (Swan Hill, Victoria) [Morris Method. Through a 20cm reflector, Comet has a a bright, stellar core with moderately condensed coma and short dust tail extension towards PA: 280 deg.]
2014 Apr. 05.69 UT: m1=8.0, Dia.=8′, DC=4; 9×63 B; Stuart Rae (Karamu, New Zealand)
2014 Apr. 05.27 UT: m1=8.0, Dia.=6′, DC=4; 20×100 B; Marco Antonio Coelho Goiato (Araçatuba, Brazil)
2014 Apr. 03.47 UT: m1=8.0, Dia.=5′, DC=4/, Tail= Not visible; 15cm SCT (36x); Salvador Aguirre (Hermosillo, Sonora, Mexico)
2014 Mar. 31.83 UT: m1=8.0, Dia.=5′, DC=5; 26×100 B; Katsumi Yoshimoto (Yamaguchi, Japan)
2014 Mar. 30.42 UT: m1=8.4, Dia.=4.0′, DC=5; 15×70 B; Todd Augustyniak (Harmon, Illinois, USA) [Decent size; easy to see in binoculars from dark skies]
2014 Mar. 29.34 UT: m1=8.3, Dia.=4′, DC=4; 20×100 B; Marco Antonio Coelho Goiato (Araçatuba, Brazil)
2014 Mar. 29.11 UT: m1=8.3, Dia.=2.5′, DC=5; 50.8cm L (78x); Sandor Szabo (Sopron, Hungary)
2014 Mar. 28.50 UT: m1=8.2 CCD, Dia.=7.6′, Tail=45′ in PA 282 deg.; 0.11-m f/5.0 refractor + CCD; A. Novichonok & T. Prystavski (iTelescope observatory, H06. Remotely Mayhill, U.S.A.)
2014 Mar. 28.32 UT: m1=8.3, Dia.=4′, DC=3; 18cm L (57x); Alexandre Amorim (Florianopolis, Brazil)
2014 Mar. 27.48 UT: m1=7.5, Dia.=4′, DC=3/, Tail= Not visible; 15cm SCT (36x); Salvador Aguirre (Hermosillo, Sonora, Mexico)
2014 Mar. 26.33 UT: m1=8.5, Dia.=3′, DC=4; 20×80 B; Willian Souza (Sao Paulo, Brazil)
2014 Mar. 25.50 UT: m1=8.0, Dia.=3′, DC=6; 30×125 B; Carl Hergenrother (Tucson, Arizona, USA)
2014 Mar. 25.35 UT: m1=8.3, Dia.=3′, DC=4; 18cm L (57x); Alexandre Amorim (Florianopolis, Brazil)
2014 Mar. 25.30 UT: m1=8.3, Dia.=3′, DC=4; 20×80 B; Willian Souza (Sao Paulo, Brazil)
2014 Mar. 16.35 UT: m1=8.3, Dia.=3.5’, DC=4, Cola: no visible; 25cm SCT (62x); Alberto Anunziato (Oro Verde, Argentina)
2014 Mar. 17.32 UT: m1=8.0, Dia.=2.5′, DC=4/; 8cm R f/7.5 (25x); Willian Souza (Sao Paulo, Brazil)
2014 Mar. 17.31 UT: m1=8.0, Dia.=3′, DC=5; 20×80 B; Willian Souza (Sao Paulo, Brazil)
2014 Mar. 16.32 UT: m1=8.0, Dia.=3′, DC=5; 20×80 B; Willian Souza (Sao Paulo, Brazil)
2014 Mar. 14.34 UT: m1=7.8, Dia.=6′, DC=4/; 20×100 B; Marco Antonio Coelho Goiato (Araçatuba, Brazil) [clouds]
2014 Mar. 14.18 UT: m1=8.3, Dia.=3.4′, DC=4; 15cm R f/5 (38x); Maik Meyer (Limburg/Germany)
2014 Mar. 14.15 UT: m1=8.2, Dia.=4.0′, DC=5; 20×80 B; Marek Biely (Brno, Czech Republic)
2014 Feb. 13.74 UT: m1=8.3, Dia.=7’, DC=4; 11×70 B; Chris Wyatt (Walcha, NSW, Australia) [Coma appears elongated to NW approximately, enhances well in Swan Band filter]
2014 Mar. 13.16 UT: m1=8.4, Dia.=2′, DC=4; 20cm L (42x); Alex Scholten (Eerbeek, Netherlands) (altitude 15 degrees)
2014 Mar. 13.15 UT: m1=7.9, Dia.=4.3′, DC=6; 20×80 B; Marek Biely (Brno, Czech Republic) [Maybe I overestimated about a bit because of good sky quality.]
2014 Mar. 12.16 UT: m1=10.7, Dia.=2′, DC=4; 25.4cm L f/5 (65x); Maik Meyer (Limburg, Germany)
2014 Mar. 12.15 UT: m1=8.3, Dia.=3.8′, DC=5/; 20×80 B; Marek Biely (Brno, Czech Republic) [Well visible]
2014 Mar. 11.18 UT: m1=8.2, Dia.=4′, DC=3/; 15cm R f/5 (38x); Maik Meyer (Limburg, Germany)
2014 Mar. 10.83 UT: m1=8.2, Dia.=3.5′, DC=5/; 25.4cm L f/4 (46x); Katsumi Yoshimoto (Yamaguchi, Japan)
2014 Mar. 10.32 UT: m1=8.3, Dia.=3′, DC=6; 20×80 B; Willian Souza (Sao Paulo, Brazil)
2014 Mar. 10.17 UT: m1=8.4, Dia.=6′, DC=4; 20cm L (42x); Alex Scholten (Eerbeek, Netherlands) (altitude 16 degrees; also visible in 15x80B)
2014 Mar. 09.34 UT: m1=8.5, Dia.=2.5’, DC=5, Tail: not visible; 25cm SCT (62x); Alberto Anunziato (Oro Verde, Argentina)
2014 Mar. 09.15 UT: m1=8.0, Dia.=4.1′, DC=5/; 20×80 B; Marek Biely (Brno, Czech Republic) [Easy to find, it is quite condensed]
2014 Mar. 06.48 UT: m1=8.0, Dia.=4.0′, DC=5/, Tail: Not visible; 15cm SCT (36x); Salvador Aguirre (Hermosillo, Sonora, Mexico)
2014 Mar. 06.16 UT: m1=8.6, Dia.=4.0′, DC=4; 20cm L (42x); Alex Scholten (Eerbeek, Netherlands) [altitude 15 degrees]
2014 Mar. 02.32 UT: m1=8.6, Dia.=2.5′, DC=5; 18cm L (57x); Alexandre Amorim (Florianopolis, Brazil)
2014 Feb. 28.50 UT: m1=8.1 CCD, Dia.=5.8′, Tail=&55′ in PA: 290 deg.; 0.1-m f/5.0 astrograph + CCD; A. Novichonok & T. Prystavski (iTelescope observatory, H06. Remotely Mayhill, U.S.A.)
2014 Feb. 28.31 UT: m1=8.8, Dia.=3′, DC=5; 18cm L (57x); Alexandre Amorim (Florianopolis, Brazil)
2014 Feb. 25.33 UT: m1=8.8, Dia.=3′, DC=5; 18cm L (57x); Alexandre Amorim (Florianopolis, Brazil)
2014 Feb. 22.18 UT: m1=7.8, Dia.=4, DC=4/; 15cm R f:5 (38x); Maik Meyer (Limburg, Germany)
2014 Feb. 22.17 UT: m1=8.0, Dia.=3′, DC=4; 20cm L (42x); Alex Scholten (Eerbeek, Netherlands) (moonlight)
2014 Feb. 19.52 UT: m1=8.0, Dia.=4′, DC=4/, Tail: Not visible; 15cm SCT (36x); Salvador Aguirre (Hermosillo, Sonora, Mexico)
2014 Feb. 16.19 UT: m1=7.7, Dia.=3.8, DC=3/; 15cm R f:5 (38x); Maik Meyer (Limburg, Germany)
2014 Feb. 13.14 UT: m1=8.2*:, Dia.=&4′, DC=4/; 20×80 B; Marek Biely (Brno, Czech Republic) [Low altitude: 18,1 deg. above the horizon. Corrected for an atmospheric extinction by winter ICQ extinction table. Interference of hazy sky due to some high clouds and Moon on the west side behind the hill. Not sure observation.]
2014 Feb. 12.86 UT: m1=8.3, Dia.=5′, DC=5/; 26×100 B; Katsumi Yoshimoto (Yamaguchi, Japan)
2014 Feb. 12.22 UT: m1=8.6, Dia.=4′, DC=4; 20cm L (42x); Alex Scholten (Eerbeek, Netherlands)
2014 Feb. 11.53 UT: m1=8.3, Dia.=6′, DC=4; 10×50 B; Carl Hergenrother (Tucson, Arizona, USA)
2014 Feb. 08.33 UT: m1=8.4, Dia.=5′, DC=4/; 20×100 B; Marco Goiato (Araçatuba, Brasil) [Comet altitude: 19 degrees]
2014 Feb. 08.20 UT: m1=8.3, Dia.=5.0′; 7×50 B; Uwe Pilz (Leipzig, Germany) [In 15×70 B: DC=4, Tail: 0.07 deg. PA: 257 deg.]
2014 Feb. 07.32 UT: m1=8.6, Dia.=4′, DC=4; 20×100 B; Marco Goiato (Araçatuba, Brasil) [Comet altitude: 15 degrees]
2014 Feb. 06.75 UT: m1=8.7, Dia.=3; 25×100 B; David A. J. Seargent (Cowra, NSW, Australia)
2014 Feb. 06.32 UT: m1=8.6, Dia.=2.5′, DC=4; 20×80 B; Willian Souza (Sao Paulo, Brazil)
2014 Feb. 05.23 UT: m1=8.7, Dia.=4′, DC=3; 20cm L (42x); Alex Scholten (Eerbeek, Netherlands)
2014 Feb. 04.13 UT: m1=8.5, Dia.=3.5′, DC=5; 20×80 B; Marek Biely (Brno, Czech Republic) [Not too much fainter than C/2013 R1. Low altitude: 14°. Correction for atmospheric extinction was not needed]
2014 Feb. 03.32 UT: m1=8.7:; 18cm L (57x); Alexandre Amorim (Florianopolis, Brazil)
2014 Feb. 03.32 UT: m1=8.6, Dia.=2.5′, DC=5; 20×80 B; Willian Souza (Sao Paulo, Brazil)
2014 Feb. 02.32 UT: m1=8.7, Dia.=2.5′, DC=5; 10cm R (25x); Willian Souza (Sao Paulo, Brazil)
2014 Feb. 02.19 UT: m1=8.5, Dia.=5′, DC=4, Tail= 10′; 20cm SCT f:10 (50x); Carlos Labordena (Castellón, España)
2014 Feb. 02.19 UT: m1=8.5, Dia.=5′, DC=4, Tail= 8′; 11×80 B; Carlos Labordena (Castellón, España)
2014 Feb. 01.74 UT: m1=8.7, Dia.=3.7’, DC=4/5; 25cm L f:5 (39x); Chris Wyatt (Walcha, NSW, Australia) [Coma appears elongated to North approximately, enhances well in Swan Band filter. Low altitude=6.6°]
2014 Feb. 01.32 UT: m1=8.7, Dia.=2.5′, DC=5; 10cm R (25x); Willian Souza (Sao Paulo, Brazil)
2014 Jan. 31.51 UT: m1=8.5, Dia.=4′, DC=4/, Tail= Not visible; 15cm SCT (36x); Salvador Aguirre (Hermosillo, Sonora, Mexico)
2014 Jan. 31.32 UT: m1=8.5:, Dia.=3′, DC=5; 20×80 B; Willian Souza (Sao Paulo, Brazil)
2014 Jan. 31.22 UT: m1=8.4, Dia.=4′, DC=3; 20cm L (42x); Alex Scholten (Eerbeek, Netherlands)
2014 Jan. 30.74 UT: m1=8.6, Dia.=4.6’, DC=4/5; 25cm L f:5 (39x); Chris Wyatt (Walcha, NSW, Australia) [Coma large and almost evenly diffuse with slightly offset central condensation to ESE portion of coma, weak to moderately condensed inner coma. Low altitude = 5.7°]
2014 Jan. 30.31 UT: m1=8.7, Dia.=5′, DC=4; 20×100 B; Marco Goiato (Araçatuba, Brasil) [Comet altitude: 10 degrees]
2014 Jan. 29.23 UT: m1=8.8, Dia.=4′, DC=3, Tail= 10′; 20cm SCT f:10 (50x); Carlos Labordena (Castellón, España)
2014 Jan. 29.23 UT: m1=8.3, Dia.=4′, DC=3; 20cm L (42x); Alex Scholten (Eerbeek, Netherlands)
2014 Jan. 29.23 UT: m1=8.8, Dia.=4′, DC=3, Tail= 10′; 20cm SCT f:10 (50x); Carlos Labordena (Castellón, España)
2014 Jan. 27.22 UT: m1=8.2, Dia.=4′, DC=3; 20cm L (42x); Alex Scholten (Eerbeek, Netherlands) (comet in open star cluster NGC 4665)
2014 Jan. 12.22 UT: m1=9.0, Dia.=3′, DC=6; 20cm L (42x); Alex Scholten (Eerbeek, Netherlands) [comet close to a star]
2014 Jan. 12.15 UT: m1=8.7, Dia.=5.5′, DC=4/; 20×80 B (20x); Marek Biely (Brno, Czech Republic) [Clouds interference]
2014 Jan. 11.85 UT: m1= 8.9, Dia.=5′, DC=5; 26×100 B; Katsumi Yoshimoto (Yamaguchi, Japan)
2014 Jan. 10.25 UT: m1=8.7, Dia.=4′, DC=3/; 20cm L (42x); Alex Scholten (Eerbeek, Netherlands)
2014 Jan. 08.53 UT: m1=8.8: CCD, Dia.=5.4′ Tail=15′ in PA 313 deg; [T20] 0.1-m f/5.0 astrograph + CCD; A. Novichonok & T. Prystavski (iTelescope observatory, H06, remotely Mayhill, U.S.A.)
2014 Jan. 07.25 UT: m1=8.5, Dia.=3.5′, DC=5, Cola=12′; 20cm SCT(50x); Carlos Labordena (Castellón, España)
2014 Jan. 07.25 UT: m1=9.0, Dia.=4′, DC=3; 20cm L (42x); Alex Scholten (Eerbeek, Netherlands)
2014 Jan. 04.21 UT: m1=9.1, Dia.=5′, DC=1/; 20cm L (42x); Alex Scholten (Eerbeek, Netherlands)
2014 Jan. 03.51 UT: m1=9.0, Dia.=4′, DC=3; 10×50 B; Carl Hergenrother (Tucson, Arizona, USA) [LM = 6.1]
2014 Jan. 01.84 UT: m1=9.2, Dia.=6′, DC=5; 26×100 B; Katsumi Yoshimoto (Yamaguchi, Japan)

C/2012 V2 (LINEAR) (5 observaciones)
2014 Mar. 30.70 UT: m1=16.3 CCD, Dia.=0.35′; 0.32-m f/7.4 Ritchey-Chretien + CCD; A. Novichonok & T. Prystavski (iTelescope observatory, Q62. Remotely Siding Spring, Australia)
2014 Mar. 05.74 UT: m1=15.5: CCD, Dia.=&0.6′; 0.11m f/5.0 refractor + CCD; A. Novichonok & T. Prystavski (iTelescope observatory, Q62. Remotely Siding Spring, Australia)
2014 Feb. 02.18 UT: m1=11.5, Dia.=1.5’, DC=2, Cola: NO; 25cm SCT (62x); Alberto Anunziato (Oro Verde, Argentina).
2014 Jan. 28.71 UT: m1=13.8: CCD, Dia.=&1.0′, Tail=1.4′ in PA 239 deg.; 0.11m f/5.0 refractor + CCD; A. Novichonok & T. Prystavski (iTelescope observatory, Q62. Remotely Siding Spring, Australia)
2014 Jan. 05.68 UT: m1=12.8: CCD, Dia.=&1.2′; [T9] 0.32-m f/7.4 Ritchey-Chretien + CCD; A. Novichonok & T. Prystavski (iTelescope observatory, Q62, remotely Siding Spring, Australia)

C/2012 K6 (McNaught) (5 observaciones)
2014 Apr. 24.40 UT: m1=15.7 CCD, Dia.=0.58′, Tail=0.6′ in PA: 63 deg.; 0.1-m f/5.0 astrograph + CCD; A. Novichonok & T. Prystavski (iTelescope observatory, H06. Remotely Mayhill, U.S.A.)
2014 Mar. 28.97 UT: m1=15.2, Dia.=0.5′, DC=4; 50.8cm L (307x); Sandor Szabo (Sopron, Hungary)
2014 Mar. 25.37 UT UT: m1=15.2 CCD, Dia.=0.60′, Tail=1.3′ in PA 159 deg; 0.11-m f/5.0 refractor + CCD; A. Novichonok & T.Prystavski (iTelescope observatory, H06. Remotely Mayhill, U.S.A.)
2014 Feb. 24.69 UT: m1=15.0 CCD, Dia.=0.65′, Tail=1.4′ in PA: 166 deg.; 0.32-m f/7.4 Ritchey-Chretien + CCD; A. Novichonok & T. Prystavski (iTelescope observatory, Q62. Remotely Siding Spring, Australia)
2014 Jan. 27.76 UT: m1=14.9 CCD, Dia.=0.73′, Tail=1.2′ in PA 170 deg.; 0.32-m f/7.4 Ritchey-Chretien + CCD; A. Novichonok & T. Prystavski (iTelescope observatory, Q62. Remotely Siding Spring, Australia)

C/2012 K1 (PANSTARRS) (352 observaciones)
2014 Dec. 29.43 UT: m1=11.0, Dia.=3.2’, DC=4; 25cm L f:5 (39x); Chris Wyatt (Walcha, NSW, Australia) [Moonlight; No tail visible, difficult. Does not enhance in Swan Band filter. Faint outer coma with slightly brighter and moderately condensed central condensation]
2014 Dec. 26.99 UT: m1=10.1, Dia.=3.5′, DC=4; 22cm L (60x); Marco Antonio Coelho Goiato (Araçatuba, Brazil) [moonlight]
2014 Dec. 26.00 UT: m1=10.1, Dia.=3.5′, DC=4; 22cm L (60x); Marco Antonio Coelho Goiato (Araçatuba, Brazil)
2014 Dec. 24.71 UT: m1=10.4 CCD, Dia.=3′, DC=5; 300mm lens ccd camera; Giuseppe Pappa (Sicily, Italy)
2014 Dec. 21.45 UT: m1=10.8, Dia.=1.5′, DC=3; 40.6cm L f/4 (76x); Paul Camilleri (Warners Bay, NSW, Australia)
2014 Dec. 20.43 UT: m1=10.6, Dia.=1.5′, DC=3; 40.6cm L f/4 (76x); Paul Camilleri (Warners Bay, NSW, Australia)
2014 Dec. 19.78 UT: m1=10.5, Dia.=2′, DC=3, no cola; 20cm SCT (50x); Carlos Labordena (Castellón, España)
2014 Dec. 18.44 UT: m1=10.5, Dia.=2′, DC=3/; 40.6cm R f/4 (76x); Paul Camilleri (Warners Bay, NSW, Australia)
2014 Dec. 16.00 UT: m1=10.0, Dia.=3.5′, DC=4; 22cm L (60x); Marco Antonio Coelho Goiato (Araçatuba, Brazil)
2014 Dec. 15.44 UT: m1=9.8, Dia.=3’, DC=6; 25cm L f:5 (39x); Chris Wyatt (Walcha, NSW, Australia) [Coma is transparent with an elongated or oval shaped inner coma to the NE approximately. Faint tail 14’ in length in PA 048°; Small stellar central condensation visible although it dims using Swan Band filter whereas the outer coma enhances]
2014 Dec. 15.42 UT: m1=9.7, Dia.=2′, DC=4; 40.6cm R f/4 (76x); Paul Camilleri (Warners Bay, NSW, Australia)
2014 Dec. 15.08 UT: m1=10.0, Dia.=3.5′, DC=4; 22cm L (60x); Marco Antonio Coelho Goiato (Araçatuba, Brazil)
2014 Dec. 14.42 UT: m1=9.3, Dia.=6’, DC=5; 11×70 B; Chris Wyatt (Walcha, NSW, Australia) [Fuzzy outer coma, moderately condensed centre, slight twilight interference. Slightly enhances centre using Swan Band filter, dims outer coma]
2014 Dec. 14.12 UT: m1=9.8, Dia.=4′, DC=4; 22cm L (60x); Marco Antonio Coelho Goiato (Araçatuba, Brazil)
2014 Dec. 12.53 UT: m2=13.0 CCD, Dia.=&5.3′, Tail=&23.5′ in PA: 97 deg; [T12]0.11m f/5.0 refractor + CCD; A. Novichonok & T. Prystavski (iTelescope observatory, Q62 remotely from Siding Spring, Australia)
2014 Dec. 10.98 UT: m1=9.5, Dia.=4′, DC=4; 22cm L (60x); Marco Antonio Coelho Goiato (Araçatuba, Brazil) [clouds]
2014 Dec. 07.42 UT: m1=9.3, Dia.=2′, DC=3; 40.6cm R f/4 (76x); Paul Camilleri (Warners Bay, NSW, Australia)
2014 Dec. 06.02 UT: m1=9.2, Dia.=4′, DC=4; 22cm L (60x); Marco Antonio Coelho Goiato (Araçatuba, Brazil) [moonlight]
2014 Dec. 02.23 UT: m1=8.8, Dia.=4′, DC=4; 20×100 B; Marco Antonio Coelho Goiato (Araçatuba, Brazil)
2014 Nov. 29.95 UT: m1=9.2:, Dia.=3′, DC=3; 18cm L (57x); Alexandre Amorim (Florianopolis, Brazil) [moonlight interference]
2014 Nov. 29.58 UT; m1=9.1, Dia.=7’, DC=2/; 11×70 B; Chris Wyatt (Walcha, NSW, Australia) [Coma very diffuse with weakly formed centre; no tail visible although a slight elongation was visible to the East approximately]
2014 Nov. 28.45 UT: m1=9.0, Dia.=3′, DC=4; 20.3cm R f/4 (62x); Paul Camilleri (Warners Bay, NSW, Australia)
2014 Nov. 28.10 UT: m1=8.7, Dia.=5′, DC=4; 20×100 B; Marco Antonio Coelho Goiato (Araçatuba, Brazil) [clouds]
2014 Nov. 27.00 UT: m1=9.0:, Dia.=3′, DC=3; 18cm L (57x); Alexandre Amorim (Florianopolis, Brazil)
2014 Nov. 24.08 UT: m1=9.5, Dia.=5′, DC=3/, Tail= no visible; 15×70 B; Roberto Condori (OAN MPC820, Tarija, Bolivia)
2014 Nov. 23.26 UT: m1=9.0, Dia.=5’, DC=2, Cola: no visible; 25cm SCT (62x); Alberto Anunziato (Oro Verde, Argentina)
2014 Nov. 21.63 UT: m1=8.8, Dia.=6.4’, DC=6; 25cm L f:5 (39x); Chris Wyatt (Walcha, NSW, Australia) [Coma transparent and diffuse, gradually brightens to centre to a more opaque inner coma with a small faint stellar central condensation. Inner coma enhances using Swan Band filter, overall coma appears pale aqua-blue in colour. Tail visible, 33’ in length in P.A.: 085°]
2014 Nov. 21.62 UT: m1=8.3, Dia.=11’, DC=3; 7×50 B; Chris Wyatt (Walcha, NSW, Australia) [Coma diffuse with slightly diffused brightening at centre, no tail]
2014 Nov. 19.68 UT: m1=8.4; Dia.=5′, DC=4/; 8cm R f/4 (32x); Paul Camilleri (Warners Bay, NSW, Australia)
2014 Nov. 18.97 UT: m1=8.6:, Dia.=4′, DC=4; 18cm L (57x); Alexandre Amorim (Florianopolis, Brazil) [very close to TYC 8484-10-1, V=10.39]
2014 Nov. 18.15 UT: m1=8.4, Dia.=6′, DC=4/; 20×100 B; Marco Antonio Coelho Goiato (Araçatuba, Brazil)
2014 Nov. 18.06 UT: m1=8.6, Dia.=3′, DC=3; 7cm L (28x); Alexandre Amorim (Florianopolis, Brazil)
2014 Nov. 18.05 UT: m1=8.7, Dia.=3′, DC=4; 18cm L (57x); Alexandre Amorim (Florianopolis, Brazil)
2014 Nov. 17.71 UT: m1=8.3, Dia.=5′, DC=4/; 8cm R f/4 (15x); Paul Camilleri (Warners Bay, NSW, Australia)
2014 Nov. 17.45 UT: m1=8.6, Dia.=9.2’, DC=6; 25cm L f:5 (39x); Chris Wyatt (Walcha, NSW, Australia] [Enhances strongly in Swan Band filter. Faint transparent tail visible 25’ in length in PA: 087°. There is also an elongation visible which extends approximately 6’ in length in PA: 056°]
2014 Nov. 17.44 UT: m1=8.3, Dia.=11’, DC=5; 7×50 B; Chris Wyatt (Walcha, NSW, Australia) [Coma appears elongated to the East approximately. Outer coma diffused gradually brightens to centre, not quite stellar]
2014 Nov. 17.23 UT: m1=8.7, Dia.=3′, DC=4/; 18cm L (57x); Alexandre Amorim (Florianopolis, Brazil)
2014 Nov. 17.08 UT: m1=8.2, Dia.=7′, DC=4/; 20×100 B; Marco Antonio Coelho Goiato (Araçatuba, Brazil)
2014 Nov. 16.99 UT: m1=8.5, Dia.=3′, DC=4; 8cm R f/7.5 (33x); Willian Souza (Sao Paulo, Brazil)
2014 Nov. 16.70 UT: m1=8.2, Dia.=5′, DC=5; 8cm R f/4 (15x); Paul Camilleri (Warners Bay, NSW, Australia)
2014 Nov. 16.47 UT: m2=11.9 CCD, Dia.=&6.3′, Tail=&20′ in PA: 48 deg.; [T12]0.11m f/5.0 refractor + CCD; A. Novichonok & T. Prystavski (iTelescope observatory, Q62, remotely from Siding Spring, Australia)
2014 Nov. 16.21 UT: m1=8.2, Dia.=7′, DC=4/; 20×100 B; Marco Antonio Coelho Goiato (Araçatuba, Brazil);
2014 Nov. 15.17 UT: m1=8.0, Dia.=7′, DC=4/; 20×100 B; Marco Antonio Coelho Goiato (Araçatuba, Brazil)
2014 Nov. 15.11 UT: m1=8.3, Dia.=3′, DC=4; 10×50 B; Alexandre Amorim (Florianopolis, Brazil)
2014 Nov. 13.98 UT: m1=8.5, Dia.=3′, DC=3; 18cm L (57x); Alexandre Amorim(Florianopolis, Brazil)
2014 Nov. 13.12 UT: m1=7.9, Dia.=7′, DC=4/; 20×100 B; Marco Antonio Coelho Goiato (Araçatuba, Brazil)
2014 Nov. 12.47 UT: m1=8.0, Dia.=6′, DC=5; 25×100 B; David A. J. Seargent (Cowra, NSW, Australia)
2014 Nov. 12.45 UT: m1=8.2, Dia.=11’, DC=5; 7×50 B; Chris Wyatt (Walcha, NSW, Australia) [Coma slightly elongated to ENE; Looks like a diffuse patch of light, even in brightness across much of the coma with a slightly brighter and almost stellar centre]
2014 Nov. 12.46 UT: m1=8.2, Dia.=5.1’, DC=6; 25cm L f:5 (39x); Chris Wyatt (Walcha, NSW, Australia) [Coma large and diffuse, transparent outer coma, aqua-blue in colour. Enhances strongly in Swan Band filter. Faint tail 31’ in length in P.A. 060°]
2014 Nov. 10.47 UT: m1=8.3, Dia.=3.0’, DC=6; 11.4cm L f8 (43x); Rob Kaufman (Bright, Victoria, Australia) [Round coma brightening towards small bright central condensation. Hints of tail out to 18’ in P.A. 62.  Movement followed.  Comet altitude 52 degrees]
2014 Nov. 12.09 UT: m1=8.1, Dia.=5′, DC=4; 8cm R f/7.5 (23x); Willian Souza (Sao Paulo, Brazil)
2014 Nov. 11.12 UT: m1=7.9, Dia.=6′, DC=3/; 8cm R f/7.5 (23x); Willian Souza (Sao Paulo, Brazil)
2014 Nov. 10.02 UT: m1=7.9, Dia.=6′, DC=4; 8cm R f/7.5 (23x); Willian Souza (Sao Paulo, Brazil)
2014 Nov. 10.02 UT: m1=7.7, Dia.=10′, DC=4; 7×50 B; Marco Antonio Coelho Goiato (Araçatuba, Brazil)
2014 Nov. 10.02 UT: m1=7.8, Dia.=8′, DC=5; 20×100 B; Marco Antonio Coelho Goiato (Araçatuba, Brazil)
2014 Nov. 08.41 UT: m1=8.2, Dia.=6.4’, DC=6; 25cm L f:5 (39x); Chris Wyatt (Walcha, NSW, Australia] [Moonlight; No tail, coma enhances well in Swan Band filter. Small stellar central condensation visible, faint transparent outer coma appears slightly elongated to the North, gradually brightens to a more opaque inner coma. Coma appears aqua-blue in colour]
2014 Nov. 02.19 UT: m1=7.4, Dia.=10′, DC=4; 7×50 B; Marco Antonio Coelho Goiato (Araçatuba, Brazil)
2014 Nov. 02.19 UT: m1=7.5, Dia.=8′, DC=5, Tail= 0.5 deg in PA: 310 deg.; 20×100 B; Marco Antonio Coelho Goiato (Araçatuba, Brazil)
2014 Nov. 02.16 UT: m1=7.7, Dia.=6′, DC=3; 8cm R f/7.5 (33x); Willian Souza (Sao Paulo, Brazil)
2014 Nov. 01.70 UT: m1=7.3, Dia.=7′, DC=5; 8.0cm R f/4 (15x); Paul Camilleri (Warners Bay, NSW, Australia)
2014 Oct. 31.12 UT: m1=7.6, Dia.=6′, DC=3; 8cm R f/7.5 (33x); Willian Souza (Sao Paulo, Brazil)
2014 Oct. 30.73 UT: m1=7.4, Dia.=6′, DC=5; 8.0cm R f/4 (15x); Paul Camilleri (Warners Bay, NSW, Australia)
2014 Oct. 30.73 UT: m1=8.3, Dia.=4′, DC=5/; 20.3cm L f/7 (62x); Paul Camilleri (Warners Bay, NSW, Australia)
2014 Oct. 30.65 UT: m1=7.6; Dia.=8’, DC=6; 7×50 B; Chris Wyatt (Walcha, NSW, Australia) [Close to bright star, difficult, appears as a bright haze with small stellar centre]
2014 Oct. 30.64 UT: m1=8.2:; Dia.=5.8’, DC=5/; 25cm L f:5 (39x); Chris Wyatt (Walcha, NSW, Australia) [Coma shows extension of outer coma to the NE; Background star 1’ away to S from central condensation; magnitude uncertain due to star. Central condensation well condensed but not stellar. Coma enhances using Swan Band filter and is aqua-blue in colour without filter applied]
2014 Oct. 30.46 UT: m1=8.0, Dia.=7′, DC=3/, Tail= Not visible; 15cm SCT (75x); Salvador Aguirre (Hermosillo, Sonora, Mexico)
2014 Oct. 30.31 UT: m1=7.6, Dia.=7′, DC=5; 10×50 B; Alexandre Amorim (Florianopolis, Brazil) [nautical twilight]
2014 Oct. 30.20 UT: m1=7.6, Dia.=6′, DC=3; 8cm R f/7.5 (33x); Willian Souza (Sao Paulo, Brazil)
2014 Oct. 30.17 UT: m1=7.6, Dia.=6′, DC=3; 15×70 B; Willian Souza (Sao Paulo, Brazil)
2014 Oct. 29.26 UT: m1=7.6, Dia.=6′, DC=4; 10×50 B; Alexandre Amorim (Florianopolis, Brazil)
2014 Oct. 29.20 UT: m1=7.6, Dia.=6′, DC=3/; 10cm R f/5 (25x); Willian Souza (Sao Paulo, Brazil)
2014 Oct. 29.19 UT: m1=7.5, Dia.=6′, DC=4; 15×70 B; Willian Souza (Sao Paulo, Brazil)
2014 Oct. 28.73 UT: m1=7.1, Dia.=5′, DC=6; 8.0cm R f/4 (15x); Paul Camilleri (Warners Bay, NSW, Australia)
2014 Oct. 28.17 UT: m1=7.2, Dia.=10′, DC=4; 7×50 B; Marco Antonio Coelho Goiato (Araçatuba, Brazil)
2014 Oct. 28.17 UT: m1=7.3, Dia.=8′, DC=5; Tail= 0.5º PA: 290º; 20×100 B; Marco Antonio Coelho Goiato (Araçatuba, Brazil)
2014 Oct. 28.14 UT: m1=7.3, Dia.=7′, DC=4/; 15×70 B; Willian Souza (Sao Paulo, Brazil)
2014 Oct. 28.12 UT: m1=7.4, Dia.=7′, DC=5; 10×50 B; Alexandre Amorim (Florianopolis, Brazil)
2014 Oct. 27.73 UT: m1=7.0, Dia.=5′, DC=6; 8.0cm R f/4 (15x); Paul Camilleri (Warners Bay, NSW, Australia)
2014 Oct. 27.22 UT: m1=7.3, Dia.=5′, DC=4/; 10cm R f/5 (25x); Willian Souza (Sao Paulo, Brazil)
2014 Oct. 26.44 UT: m1=7.4, Dia.=3′, DC=5; 30.5cm L f/4.9 (47x); Todd Augustyniak (Green River State Wildlife Area, Harmon, Illinois, USA) [Easy to see despite low altitude (6.4 degrees above horizon); magnitude corrected for atmospheric extinction (July 1992 issue of ICQ)]
2014 Oct. 26.19 UT: m1=7.3, Dia.=5’, DC=3, Cola= no visible ; 25cm SCT (62x); Alberto Anunziato (Oro Verde, Argentina)
2014 Oct. 25.79 UT: m1=8.2, Dia.=8′, DC=6; 40.0cm L f/4.5 (36x); Seiichi Yoshida (Gunma, Japan)
2014 Oct. 25.56 UT: m1=7.3, Dia.=4.0’, DC=4; 10×50 B; Rob Kaufman (Bright, Victoria, Australia) [Round faint diffuse coma brightening towards centre. No tail visible. Movement followed. Comet altitude 28 degrees]
2014 Oct. 23.20 UT: m1=7.2, Dia.=6′, DC=4, no cola; 11×80 B; Carlos Labordena (Castellón, España)
2014 Oct. 23.19 UT: m1=7.4, Dia.=6′, DC=4, Cola= 10′; 20cm SCT (50x); Carlos Labordena (Castellón, España)
2014 Oct. 24.71 UT: m1=7.0, Dia.=5′, DC=6; 8.0cm R f/4 (15x); Paul Camilleri (Warners Bay, NSW, Australia)
2014 Oct. 22.72 UT: m1=7.2, Dia.=4′, DC=5; 8.0cm R f/4 (15x); Paul Camilleri (Warners Bay, NSW, Australia)
2014 Oct. 22.49 UT: m1=7.5, Dia.=5′, DC=4, Tail= Not visible; 15cm SCT (40x); Salvador Aguirre (Hermosillo, Sonora, Mexico)
2014 Oct. 22.17 UT: m1=6.9, Dia.=10′, DC=4/; 7×50 B; Marco Antonio Coelho Goiato (Araçatuba, Brazil)
2014 Oct. 22.17 UT: m1=7.1, Dia.=8′, DC=5, Tail= 0.5º in PA 280º; 20×100 B; Marco Antonio Coelho Goiato (Araçatuba, Brazil)
2014 Oct. 20.30 UT: m1=7.3, Dia.=10′, DC=5; 10×50 B; Alexandre Amorim (Florianopolis, Brazil)
2014 Oct. 19.52 UT: m1=7.2, Dia.=6′, DC=3/; 15×70 B; Man-To Hui (Lick Observatory, USA)
2014 Oct. 15.21 UT: m1=7.0, Dia.=7′, DC=4/; 20×100 B; Marco Antonio Coelho Goiato (Araçatuba, Brazil) [moonlight]
2014 Oct. 14.82 UT: m1=7.6, Dia.=6′, DC=5; 26×100 B; Katsumi Yoshimoto (Yamaguchi, Japan)
2014 Oct. 12.22 UT: m1=7.1, Dia.=7′, DC=4/; 20×100 B; Marco Antonio Coelho Goiato (Araçatuba, Brazil) [moonlight]
2014 Oct. 11.33 UT: m1=7.1, Dia.=7′, DC=4/, Tail= 0.3 deg. in PA: 280 deg.; 20×100 B; Marco Antonio Coelho Goiato (Araçatuba, Brazil) [moonlight, nautical twilight]
2014 Oct. 11.30 UT: m1=7.3, Dia.=5′, DC=4; 10cm R f/5 (25x); Willian Souza (Sao Paulo, Brazil)
2014 Oct. 09.30 UT: m1=7.3, Dia.=5′, DC=4, 10cm R f/5 (25x); Willian Souza (Sao Paulo, Brazil)
2014 Oct. 06.31 UT: m1=7.3, Dia.=5′, DC=4/; 15×70 B; Willian Souza (Sao Paulo, Brazil)
2014 Oct. 05.31 UT: m1=7.3, Dia.=5′, DC=5; 8cm R f/7.5 (21x); Willian Souza (Sao Paulo, Brazil)
2014 Oct. 05.15 UT: m1=7.6, Dia.=7′, DC=5, Tail= 0.2 deg. in PA: 25 deg.; 20×88 B; Maik Meyer (Frauenstein, Erzgebirge Mts., Germany)
2014 Oct. 04.77 UT: m1=7.5, Dia.=6′, DC=7; 8.0cm R f/4 (32x); Paul Camilleri (Warners Bay, NSW, Australia)
2014 Oct. 04.14 UT: m1=7.7, Dia.=5.3′, DC=5, Tail dust= 0.4 deg in PA: 30 deg. Tail gas= 0.4 deg. in PA: 260 deg.; 25×100 B; Jakub Cerny (Zachotin, Czech Republic)
2014 Oct. 04.14 UT: m1=7.6, Dia.=4.5, DC=5; 20×88 B; Maik Meyer (Frauenstein, Erzgebirge Mts., Germany)
2014 Oct. 03.27 UT: m1=7.1, dia.=6′, DC=4/; 7×50 B; Marco Antonio Coelho Goiato (Araçatuba, Brazil)
2014 Oct. 03.27 UT: m1=7.2, Dia.=6′, DC=5, Tail= 0.3 deg. in PA: 280 deg.; 20×100 B; Marco Antonio Coelho Goiato (Araçatuba, Brazil)
2014 Oct. 03.15 UT: m1=7.5, Dia.=6′, DC=4/; 20×88 B; Maik Meyer (Frauenstein, Erzgebirge Mts., Germany)
2014 Oct. 02.76 UT: m1=7.5, Dia.=6′, DC=5/; 8.0cm R f/4 (32x); Paul Camilleri (Warners Bay, NSW, Australia)
2014 Oct. 01.72 UT: m1=7.8, Dia.=5.1’, DC=5; 25cm L f:5 (39x); Chris Wyatt (Walcha, NSW, Australia) [Coma large and elongated to NW, slightly fanned in appearance with a central condensation offset to SE, not quite stellar. Coma is aqua-blue in colour and quite opaque with transparent outer. Two tails visible, the longest (dust) is transparent and 25.7’ in length in P.A. 045° and leaves the coma at 2.5’ in width and fanning slightly to 4.5’ in width at extremity; the ion tail is faint and narrow and approximately 6’ in length in P.A. 268°]
2014 Sep. 30.75 UT: m1=7.5, Dia.=5’, DC=6; 25cm L f:5 (39x); Chris Wyatt (Walcha, NSW, Australia) [Coma elongated with central condensation offset to the SE, coma size approximately 5’ x 7’; Two tails visible, faint tail in P.A. 266°, 12.5’ in length and approximately 2.3’ in width. Faint broad tail visible 28’ in length in P.A. 045° and approximately 4’ in width at it’s extremity. Enhances well using Swan Band filter]
2014 Sep. 28.14 UT: m1=7.0, Dia.=4.0′, DC=5; 32cm L f/5 (96x); Uwe Pilz (Leipzig, Germany)
2014 Sep. 28.13 UT: m1=7.2, Dia.=5.5′, DC=5; 20×80 B; Marek Biely (Brno, Czech Republic) [Situated only few degrees above fog clouds but it was not so difficult to see it despite that. Low altitude: 13,4 deg. above the horizon. Correction for an atmospheric extinction was not needed. Slight interference of astronomical twilight]
2014 Sep. 27.77 UT: m2=11.1 CCD, Dia.=&10.0′, Tail=39.0′ in PA: 47 deg. (dust); 1.3 deg. in PA: 272 deg. (ion); [T12] 0.11m f/5.0 refractor + CCD; A. Novichonok, T. Prystavski, N. Teymurov (iTelescope observatory, Q62, remotely from Siding Spring, Australia)
2010 Sep. 26.18 UT: m1=7.2, Dia.=5′, DC=3, no cola; 11×80 B; Carlos Labordena (Castellón, España)
2014 Sep. 26.17 UT: m1=7.3, Dia.=5′, DC=4, Cola=8′; 20cm SCT (50x); Carlos Labordena (Castellón, España)
2014 Sep. 25.38 UT: m1=8.1 CCD, Dia.=3.4’; CCD images unfiltered; Pierre Laporte (Cd’OA des Monts Notre-Dame, Québec, Canada)
2014 Sep. 24.31 UT: m1=7.3, Dia.=5′, DC=4; 8cm R f/7.5 (21x); Willian Souza (Sao Paulo, Brazil)
2014 Sep. 23.76 UT: m1=7.6, Dia.=5.5’, DC=5/; 25cm L f:5 (39x); Chris Wyatt (Walcha, NSW, Australia) [Diffuse outer coma with bright,opaque inner coma. Central condensation appears stellar sometimes. Thin transparent tail visible 17’ in length in P.A. 056°; Outer coma slightly elongated to NW, enhances well in Swan Band filter]
2014 Sep. 23.34 UT: m1=7.1, Dia.=6′, DC=4/; 7×50 B; Marco Antonio Coelho Goiato (Araçatuba, Brazil)
2014 Sep. 23.33 UT: m1=7.2, Dia.=5′, DC=4; 8cm R f/7.5 (21x); Willian Souza (Sao Paulo, Brazil)
2014 Sep. 23.32 UT: m1=7.3, Dia.=5′, DC=4; 10cm R f/5 (25x); Willian Souza (Sao Paulo, Brazil)
2014 Sep. 23.32 UT: m1=7.5:, Dia.=4′, DC=4; 10×50 B; Alexandre Amorim(Florianopolis,Brazil) [clouds interference]
2014 Sep. 23.31 UT: m1=7.2, Dia.=5′, DC=4; 15X70 B; Willian Souza (Sao Paulo, Brazil)
2014 Sep. 22.80 UT: m1=7.1, Dia.=8′, DC=7; 7cm R (10x); Seiichi Yoshida (Gunma, Japan)
2014 Sep. 22.80 UT: m1=7.5, Dia.=6′, DC=6; 40cm L f/4.5 (36x); Seiichi Yoshida (Gunma, Japan)
2014 Sep. 22.32 UT: m1=7.4, Dia.=5′, DC=4; 15×70 B; Willian Souza (Sao Paulo, Brazil)
2014 Sep. 22.33 UT: m1=7.5, Dia.=5′, DC=4; 10cm R f/5 (25x); Willian Souza (Sao Paulo, Brazil)
2014 Sep. 22.32 UT: m1=7.3, Dia.=5′, DC=4; 7cm R (28x); Alexandre Amorim (Florianopolis, Brazil)
2014 Sep. 21.33 UT: m1=6.5, Dia.=4’, DC=4, Cola: no visible; 25cm SCT (40x); Alberto Anunziato (Oro Verde, Argentina)
2014 Sep. 21.32 UT: m1=7.4, Dia.=4′, DC=6; 10×50 B; Alexandre Amorim (Florianopolis, Brazil)
2014 Sep. 18.76 UT: m1=7.4, Dia.=3.5’, DC=5/; 25cm L f:5 (39x); Chris Wyatt (Walcha, NSW, Australia) [Moonlight; Coma has a moderately condensed centre, opaque and fading to edges. Small coma extension visible to the West, a tail is visible 15’ in length at P.A. 051°; Altitude = 20°]
2014 Sep. 18.38 UT: m1=6.9, Dia.=4′, DC=4; 25cm L (45x); Gonzalo Vargas (Cochabamba Bolivia)
2014 Sep. 17.33 UT: m1=7.1, Dia.=5′, DC=5; 20×100 B; Marco Antonio Coelho Goiato (Araçatuba, Brazil)
2014 Sep. 16.34 UT: m1=7.3, Dia.=5′, DC=4; 15X70 B; Willian Souza (Sao Paulo, Brazil)
2014 Sep. 16.33 UT: m1=7.4, Dia.=4′, DC=6; 10×50 B; Alexandre Amorim (Florianopolis, Brazil) [close to TYC 4864-388-1]
2014 Sep. 14.34 UT: m1=7.1, Dia.=5′, DC=5; 20×100 B; Marco Antonio Coelho Goiato (Araçatuba, Brazil) [moonlight]
2014 Sep. 14.34 UT: m1=7.3, Dia.=5′, DC=3; 10cm R f/5 (25x); Willian Souza (Sao Paulo, Brazil)
2014 Sep. 14.34 UT: m1=7.8, Dia.=4′, DC=4/; 7cm R (28x); Alexandre Amorim (Florianopolis, Brazil)[moonlight interference]
2014 Sep. 11.34 UT: m1=7.5, Dia.=5′, DC=3; 10cm R f/5 (25x); Willian Souza (Sao Paulo, Brazil)
2014 Sep. 10.34 UT: m1=7.4, Dia.=5′, DC=3; 10cm R f/5 (28x); Willian Souza (Sao Paulo, Brazil)
2014 Sep. 09.34 UT: m1=7.4, Dia.=5′, DC=3; 10cm R f/5 (28x); Willian Souza (Sao Paulo, Brazil)
2014 Sep. 07.82 UT: m1=7.9, Dia.=8′, DC=4; 26×100 B; Katsumi Yoshimoto (Yamaguchi, Japan)
2014 Sep. 07.35 UT: m1=7.2, Dia.=5′, DC=4; 20×80 B; Willian Souza (Sao Paulo, Brazil)
2014 Sep. 06.35 UT: m1=7.1, Dia.=4′, DC=4/; 20×100 B; Marco Antonio Coelho Goiato (Araçatuba, Brazil) [comet altitude:15º, sun altitude: -13º, average table atmospheric extinction applied]
2014 Sep. 05.35 UT: m1=7.1, Dia.=4′, DC=4/; 20×100 B; Marco Antonio Coelho Goiato (Araçatuba, Brazil) [comet altitude:13º, sun altitude: -13º, average table atmospheric extinction applied]
2014 Sep. 03.78 UT: m1=8.3, Dia.=4.5’, DC=6; 11×70 B; Chris Wyatt (Walcha, NSW, Australia) [Low altitude = 4.3°; Coma small and diffuse with small faintly stellar centre, no tail. Observed between clouds]
2014 Aug. 31.36 UT: m1=6.8:, Dia.=4′, DC=4; 20×100 B; Marco Antonio Coelho Goiato (Araçatuba, Brazil) [comet altitude:10º, sun altitude: -11º, civil twilight]
2014 July 17.92 UT: m1=7.4, Dia.=4′, DC=4; 20×100 B; Marco Antonio Coelho Goiato (Araçatuba, Brazil) [comet altitude: 7 degrees; sun altitude: -14 degrees]
2014 July 11.92 UT: m1=7.8, Dia.=5′, DC=4; 20×100 B; Marco Antonio Coelho Goiato (Araçatuba, Brazil) [moonlight interference]
2014 July 03.87 UT: m1=8.1, Dia.=4.2′, DC=4/; 20×80 B; Marek Biely (Brno, Czech Republic) [Slight interference of noctilucent clouds and astronomical twilight. Low altitude: 11,3 deg. above the horizon. Correction for an atmospheric extinction was not needed.]
2014 July 03.86 UT: m1=7.9, Dia.=4.5′, DC=5; 30×50 monocular; Marek Biely (Brno, Czech Republic) [Well visible, I found it almost immediately. Slight interference of noctilucent clouds and astronomical twilight. Low altitude: 13,0 deg. above the horizon. Correction for an atmospheric extinction was not needed.]
2014 July 01.92 UT: m1=7.9, Dia.=5′, DC=4; 20×100 B; Marco Antonio Coelho Goiato (Araçatuba, Brazil)
2014 July 01.88 UT: m1=8.2, Dia.=2.5′, DC=4; 50.8cm L (189x); Sandor Szabo  [Tail is 4’ to PA: 90 deg. Close to horizon]
2014 July 01.35 UT: m1=8.6, Dia.=4’, DC=5; 25cm L f:5 (39x); Chris Wyatt (Walcha, NSW, Australia) [Faint tail visible 20’ in length in P.A. 082°. Inner coma appears oval in shape, almost evenly diffused, opaque and oriented East-West with the central condensation at Western end appearing as a small bright disc. Faint outer coma, transparent. Moonlight / Twilight affected, low altitude = 13.2°]
2014 July 01.15 UT: m1=7.9, Dia.=4′, DC=3; 10×50 B; Carl Hergenrother (Tucson, Arizona, USA)
2014 June 30.10 UT: m1=9.1 CCD, Dia.=3.0; Tail= 9.4′ PA: 78°; Measures taken on CCD images unfiltered; Pierre Laporte (Cd’OA des Monts Notre-Dame, Québec, Canada)
2014 June 29.90 UT: m1=8.0, Dia.=2′, DC=3; 18cm L (57x); Alexandre Amorim (Florianopolis, Brazil) [altitude 16 deg]
2014 June 28.93 UT: m1=8.0, Dia.=6′, DC=4; 20×100 B; Marco Antonio Coelho Goiato (Araçatuba, Brazil)
2014 June 28.16 UT: m1=8.2, Dia.=4′, DC=4/, Tail= Not visible; 15cm SCT (75x); Salvador Aguirre (Hermosillo, Sonora, Mexico)
2014 June 28.10 UT: m1=9.1 CCD, Dia.=2.8; Tail= 2.8′ PA: 78°; Measures taken on CCD images unfiltered; Pierre Laporte (Cd’OA des Monts Notre-Dame, Québec, Canada)
2014 June 26.91 UT: m1=8.5, Dia.=4.3′, DC=4/; 25×100 B; Jakub Cerný (Czech Republic)
2014 June 26.15 UT: m2=11.6 CCD, Dia.=&10.4′, Dia.inner coma=&2.8′, Tails=24.8′ in PA: 75 deg (dust); &21′ in PA: 91 deg (ion); 0.11-m f/5.0 refractor + CCD; A. Novichonok & T. Prystavski (iTelescope observatory, H06 (remotely Mayhill, U.S.A.)
2014 June 25.35 UT: m1=8.5, Dia.=4.5’, DC=6; 25cm L f:5 (39x); Chris Wyatt (Walcha, NSW, Australia) [Faint tail 15’ in length in P.A. 074°, approximately 3’ in width and slightly fanning at the extremity. Inner coma oval shaped and evenly diffused and opaque, slightly bluish in colour, brightens slightly to small stellar pseudo-nucleus at the Western edge of coma. Outer coma transparent and hazy. Low altitude = 14.8°, slight twilight and zodiacal light interference. Noticed a small flashing satellite in the vicinity of the comet, slow moving, travelling East and flashing briefly once every 9 seconds approximately]
2014 June 24.87 UT: m1=8.0, Dia.=7′, DC=5/; 20×80 B; Marek Biely (Brno, Czech Republic) [Correction of not very accurate observation from the previous day. Comet is bright, well condensed and easily visible. Slight interference of astronomical twilight]
2014 June 24.36 UT: m1=8.5, Dia.=5.4’, DC=6; 25cm L f:5 (39x); Chris Wyatt (Walcha, NSW, Australia) [Inner coma appears like a diffuse opaque patch of light, oval in shape and oriented East – West, with small stellar pseudo-nucleus at the Western end Outer coma is very tenuous and more circular in shape. Tail extends approximately 12’ in length in P.A. 70° fading to the extremity, transparent for much of it’s length but more opaque near the coma, Low altitude = 13.9°]
2014 June 23.89 UT: m1=8.7:, Dia.=&4.5′, DC=4/; 20×80 B; Marek Biely (Brno, Czech Republic) [I did not see all coma this time, probably due to poor conditions. Interference of high and low clouds and astronomical twilight. Not very accurate observation.]
2014 June 22.35 UT: m1=8.6, Dia.=3.5’, DC=5/; 25cm L f:5 (39x); Chris Wyatt (Walcha, NSW, Australia) [Close to bright stars, faint tail visible 6’ in length at P.A. 90° and 1’ in width approximately. Inner coma shows an offset but bright central condensation to the West, coma elongates to East, appears stellar in good seeing. Low altitude = 16.1°]
2014 June 20.88 UT: m1=8.1, Dia.=7.5′, DC=5, 20×80 B; Marek Biely (Brno, Czech Republic) [Slight interference of clouds and astronomical twilight]
2014 June 20.35 UT: m1=8.2, Dia.=4; 25×100 B; David A. J. Seargent (Cowra, NSW, Australia)
2014 June 20.20 UT: m1=8.0, Dia.=4′, DC=3; 10×50 B; Carl Hergenrother (Tucson, Arizona, USA)
2014 June 20.05 UT: m1=8.2, Dia.=5′, DC=6; 11.4cm L f/8 (45x); Neil Norman, Ipswich,England [Comet is diffuse with a degree of condensation toward the central point. Tail visible in P.A. 95. Comet holding brightness despite moving away from Earth]
2014 June 18.90 UT: m1=7.9, Dia.=6′; 25×100 B; M. Lehky (Hradec Kralove, Czech Republic)
2014 June 17.98 UT: m1=8.1, Dia.=5′, DC=1; 20cm L (42x); Alex Scholten (Eerbeek, Netherlands)
2014 June 17.36 UT: m1=8.6, Dia.=3’, DC=4; 11.2cm L f8 (43x) Rob Kaufman (Bright, Victoria, Australia) [Very faint broad tail visible 6’ in length in P.A. 85; outer coma very diffuse and faint, inner coma brighter with a tiny starlike central condensation in averted vision during periods of good seeing.  Comet altitude 13-degrees]
2014 June 17.35 UT: m1=8.4, Dia.=6’, DC=5/; 25cm L f:5 (39x); Chris Wyatt (Walcha, NSW, Australia) [Close to bright stars. Coma elongated to East tapering to a narrow stream-like tail visible 10’ in length in P.A. 85° and approximately 1.5’ in width, central condensation offset to West. Low altitude = 16.4°]
2014 June 16.35 UT: m1=8.5, Dia.=4.9’, DC=5/; 25cm L f:5 (39x); Chris Wyatt (Walcha, NSW, Australia) [Coma shows bright diffuse inner coma, faint and tenuous outer coma, elongated to the East but tapering, central condensation offset to the West, appears stellar in good seeing. Tail faintly visible 6’ in length in P.A. 85° and approximately 1.5’ in width. Coma was bluish in colour, enhances well in Swan Band filter. Low altitude = 16.6°]
2014 June 15.92 UT: m1=8.2, Dia.=6′, DC=4; 20×100 B; Marco Antonio Coelho Goiato (Araçatuba, Brazil)
2014 June 15.87 UT: m1=8.1, Dia.=7′, DC=4/; 20×80 B; Marek Biely (Brno, Czech Republic) [It looks about a bit more diffuse than last time. Observed when Moon was less than 1 degree above the horizon on the other side. Slight interference of astronomical twilight]
2014 June 09.89 UT: m1=8.1, Dia.=4′; 25×100 B; M. Lehky (Hradec Kralove, Czech Republic)
2014 June 08.89 UT: m1=8.1, Dia.=4′; 25×100 B; M. Lehky (Hradec Kralove, Czech Republic)
2014 June 08.15 UT: m1=8.1, Dia.=7′, DC=6; 11.4cm L f/7 (90x); Neil Norman (Ipswich, England) [Comet was 29.5 degrees above horizon as I observed with a 70% illuminated Moon 13.7 degrees “up” . The comet was still easily observed with x90 power even with the Moonlight hindering. The comet appears elongated at PA 103 degrees, diffuse and with a more easily defined central condensation]
2014 June 07.95 UT: m1=8.1, Dia.=6′, DC=5; 6.8cm R f/6 (24x); Mieczyslaw Leszek Paradowski (Dabrowa, Poland) [comet alt. 22 deg; twilight]
2014 June 07.89 UT: m1=8.0, Dia.=6′; 25×100 B; M. Lehky (Hradec Kralove, Czech Republic)
2014 June 06.98 UT: m1=8.0, Dia.=8′, DC=4/, Tail= 0.3 deg. PA: 110 deg.; 15.0cm R f/5 (38x); Maik Meyer (Limburg, Germany)
2014 June 06.91 UT: m1=8.4, Dia.=8′, DC=5/; 20×80 B; Marek Biely (Brno, Czech Republic) [Slight interference of light sky due to Moon behind the hill and astronomical twilight]
2014 June 06.89 UT: m1=8.0, Dia.=6′; 25×100 B; M. Lehky (Hradec Kralove, Czech Republic)
2014 June 05.98 UT: m1=8.0, Dia.=9′, DC=1; 15×80 B; Alex Scholten (Eerbeek, Netherlands)
2014 June 05.90 UT: m1=8.4, Dia.=6.6′, DC=4/, Tail= 0.1 deg. PA: 100 deg.; Maik Meyer (Limburg, Germany)
2014 June 04.87 UT: m1=8.3, Dia.=7.5′, DC=5, 20×80 B; Marek Biely (Brno, Czech Republic) [Brightened well since my last observation. Slight interference of moonlight and astronomical twilight.]
2014 June 02.99 UT: m1=7.6, Dia.=7′, DC=4; 25cm L f/4.5 (66x); Gonzalo Vargas (Cochabamba, Bolivia) [Alguna interferencia de luz lunar. Se evidencia fácilmente alargamiento de la coma en una longitud estimada en 18 minutos de arco y entre un ángulo AP estimado entre 90 y 100 grados aprox. Usando visión lateral la aparente cola es más destacada, también ocultando al borde del campo la parte central más brillante de la coma y moviendo ligeramente el tubo se ve que hay presencia de cola]
2014 June 02.93 UT: m1=8.2, Dia.=6′, DC=4; 20×100 B; Marco Antonio Coelho Goiato (Araçatuba, Brazil) [moonlight interference]
2014 June 02.92 UT: m1=8.7, Dia.=2′, DC=3; 18cm L (57x); Alexandre Amorim (Florianopolis, Brazil) [altitude 20 deg]
2014 June 02.15 UT: m1=7.7, Dia.=8′, DC=6; 10×50 B; Neil Norman (Ipswich, England) [With averted vision the comet appears diffuse , condensing towards the centre with a stellar -like point. No tail observed]
2014 June 01.96 UT: m1=8.3, Dia.=9′, DC=2; 15x80B; Alex Scholten (Eerbeek, Netherlands)
2014 June 01.96 UT: m1=8.5, Dia.=–, DC=2; 7cm R (28x); Alexandre Amorim (Florianopolis, Brazil) [altitude 15 deg]
2014 June 01.81 UT: m1=8.3, Dia.=5′ DC4; 12×50 B; Giuseppe Pappa (Sicily, Italy)
2014 June 01.60 UT: m1=8.6, Dia.=5′, DC=4; 20.0cm L f/5 (30x); Man-To Hui (Nhut Thong Pau, Canton, China) [city lights]
2014 June 01.18 UT: m1=7.8, Dia.=7′, DC=3; 10×50 B; Carl Hergenrother (Tucson, Arizona, USA)
2014 May  31.19 UT: m1=8.5, Dia.=5′, DC=4/, Tail=&10′ in PA: 90 deg.; 15cm SCT (75x); Salvador Aguirre (Hermosillo, Sonora, Mexico)
2014 May  31.15 UT: m1=7.8, Dia.=11′, DC=5; 10×50 B; Neil Norman (Ipswich, England) [Comet appeared large and diffuse but easily located in perfect sky conditions. Averted vision shows the comet to be a circular, nebulous object of equal surface brightness]
2014 May  30.96 UT: m1=8.4, Dia.=9′, DC=3; 15×80 B; Alex Scholten (Eerbeek, Netherlands)
2014 May  30.95 UT: m1=7.8; 7×50 B; Uwe Pilz (Leipzig, Germany) [In 32.0cm L (96x) Dia.=4.0′, DC=s6, Tail= 0.25 deg. PA: 98 deg.]
2014 May  30.93 UT: m1=8.3, Dia.=6′, DC=4; 20×100 B; Marco Antonio Coelho Goiato (Araçatuba, Brazil)
2014 May  30.91 UT: m1=8.7:, Dia.=4′, DC=2; 7cm R (28x); Alexandre Amorim (Florianopolis, Brazil) [altitude 19 deg]
2014 May  30.90 UT: m1=8.1, Dia.=6′, DC=5, Tail= 0.1 deg. PA: 95 deg.; 15.0cm R f/5 (38x); Maik Meyer (Limburg, Germany)
2014 May  30.90 UT: m1=8.7, Dia.=6′, DC=5, Cola=12′; 20cm SCT (50x); Carlos Labordena (Castellón, España)
2014 May  30.89 UT: m1=8.4, Dia.=6′, DC=4, no cola; 11×80 B; Carlos Labordena (Castellón, España)
2014 May  30.82 UT: m1=8.2, Dia.=5′ DC4; 12×50 B; Giuseppe Pappa (Sicily, Italy)
2014 May  30.36 UT: m1=8.3, Dia.=6′; 25×100 B; David A. J. Seargent (Cowra, NSW, Australia)
2014 May  29.97 UT: m1=8.8:; 18cm L (57x); Alexandre Amorim (Florianopolis, Brazil) [altitude 15 deg]
2014 May  27.80 UT: m1=8.3, Dia.=5′ DC3; 12×50 B; Giuseppe Pappa (Sicily, Italy)
2014 May  27.15 UT: m1=8.2, Dia.=6′, DC=4; 10×50 B; Carl Hergenrother (Tucson, Arizona, USA)
2014 May  27.02 UT: m1=8.3, Dia.=5′, DC=5; 20×100 B; Marco Antonio Coelho Goiato (Araçatuba, Brazil)
2014 May  25.83 UT: m1=8.5, Dia.=5′ DC4; 12×50 B; Giuseppe Pappa (Sicily, Italy)
2014 May  24.97 UT: m1=8.2, Dia.=3′, DC=S5, Tail=0.20 deg. in PA 110 deg. (gas) and 0.10 deg in PA 93 deg (dust); 30cm L f/5 (60x); Mieczyslaw Leszek Paradowski (Dabrowa, Poland) [Morris method, cat. TK; stellar central condensation was also seen at 167x]
2014 May  24.88 UT: m1=8.4, Dia.=5.5′, DC=4/; 15.0cm R f/5 (38x); Maik Meyer(Limburg, Germany)
2014 May  24.80 UT: m1=8.8, Dia.=6’, DC=4/; Tail=8′ in PA: 135 deg.; 25.4cm L (46x); Danil Sidorko (Korenovsk, Russia)
2014 May  24.38 UT: m1=8.2, Dia.=10’, DC=5; 11×70 B; Chris Wyatt (Walcha, NSW, Australia) [Comet appears as a large elongated (to ESE) nebulous mass of nearly equal surface brightness across coma, with a slightly brighter and weakly condensed inner coma, no tail. Low altitude = 13.5°, sky limiting magnitude at zenith = +6.5 (measured in Corvus)]
2014 May  24.17 UT: m1=8.3, Dia.=10′, DC=4/, 15×70 B; Todd Augustyniak (Marengo Ridge Conservation Area, Marengo, Illinois, USA) [Appeared quite large and bright in binoculars]
2014 May  24.17 UT: m1=8.5, Dia.=5′, DC=5/, Tail=&10′ in PA: 125 deg.; 15cm SCT (75x); Salvador Aguirre (Hermosillo, Sonora, Mexico)
2014 May  23.95 UT: m1=8.6, Dia.=9′, DC=3; 15×80 B; Alex Scholten (Bussloo, Netherlands)
2014 May  23.88 UT: m1=8.3, Dia.=6′, DC=5; 15.0cm R f/5 (38x); Maik Meyer(Limburg, Germany)
2014 May  22.91 UT: m1=8.5, Dia.=3.0’, DC=4; Tail=10′; 25.4cm L (60x); Vyacheslav M. Ivanov (Kamysin, Russia)
2014 May  22.83 UT: m1=8.2, Dia.=7′ DC5; 12×50 B; Giuseppe Pappa (Sicily, Italy)
2014 May  22.43 UT: m1=8.5, Dia.=3.5’, DC=5; 25cm L f:5 (39x); Chris Wyatt (Walcha, NSW, Australia) [Coma shows fan shaped elongation to ESE, bright inner coma, hazy edges, not quite stellar. Hazy conditions, light cloud passing through making obs difficult. Low altitude = 11.4°]
2014 May  22.16 UT: m2=12.2 CCD, Dia.=11′, Dia.inner coma=2.3′, Tails= 24.6′ in PA: 92 deg (dust); 1.7 deg in PA: 118 deg (ion); 0.1-m f/5.0 astrograph + CCD; A. Novichonok & T. Prystavski (iTelescope observatory, H06 remotely Mayhill, U.S.A.)
2014 May  21.92 UT: m1=8.1, Dia.=7′; 25×100 B; M. Lehky (Hradec Kralove, Czech Republic)
2014 May  21.38 UT: m1=8.8, Dia.=4.3’, DC=5/; 25cm L f:5 (39x); Chris Wyatt (Walcha, NSW, Australia) [Outer coma transparent, inner half of coma is more opaque, slightly tapering in brightness to a weakly condensed inner coma with a small bright central condensation which sometimes appears stellar. Coma shows a broad fan-like elongation to ESE]
2014 May  20.92 UT: m1=8.0, Dia.=9′, Tail= 0.1 deg. in PA: 100 deg.; 25×100 B; M. Lehky (Hradec Kralove, Czech Republic)
2014 May  20.88 UT: m1=8.7, Dia.=2.5′, Tail=0.33 deg. in PA: 108 deg.; 12cm R f/5 (40x); Uwe Pilz (Leipzig, Germany)
2014 May  19.92 UT: m1=8.2, Dia.=8′; 25×100 B; M. Lehky (Hradec Kralove, Czech Republic)
2014 May  19.92 UT: m1=8.4, Dia.=9′, DC=3; 15×80 B; Alex Scholten (Eerbeek, Netherlands)
2014 May  19.88 UT: m1=8.5, Dia.=5′, DC=5; 15.0cm R f/5 (38x); Maik Meyer (Limburg, Germany)
2014 May  19.87 UT: m1=8.8, Dia.=9’, DC=6; 8×56 B; Sandor Szabo (Sopron, Hungary)
2014 May  18.93 UT: m1=8.7, Dia.=9′, DC=3; 15×80 B; Alex Scholten (Eerbeek, Netherlands)
2014 May  18.88 UT: m1=8.4, Dia.=4.5′, DC=4/; 15.0cm R f/5 (38x); Maik Meyer (Limburg, Germany)
2014 May  16.91 UT: m1=8.8, Dia.= 8′, DC=4; 15×80 B; Alex Scholten (Eerbeek, Netherlands)
2014 May  16.88 UT: m1=8.5, Dia.=4.5′, DC=4/; 15cm R f/5 (38x); Maik Meyer (Limburg, Germany)
2014 May  16.97 UT: m1=10.1, Dia.=5.0, DC=3; 25.5cm L ( 66x ); J. P. Navarro Pina (El Palmar, Murcia, Spain)
2014 May  16.14 UT: m1=8.4, Dia.=5′, DC=4; 10×50 B; Carl Hergenrother (Tucson, Arizona, USA)
2014 May  09.97 UT: m1=9.5, Dia.=7.0′, DC=6; 25.5cm L (66x); J. P. Navarro Pina, J.C. Garcia Sanchez (Bullas , Murcia , Spain)
2014 May  08.77 UT: m1=8.5, Dia.=5′, DC=4; 12×50 B; Giuseppe Pappa (Sicily, Italy)
2014 May  08.17 UT: m1=9.0 CCD, Dia.=2.3’; Measures taken on CCD images unfiltered; Pierre Laporte (Cd’OA des Monts Notre-Dame, Québec, Canada)
2014 May  05.86 UT: m1=9.1, Dia.=4′, DC=5; 15.0cm R f/5 (38x); Maik Meyer (Limburg, Germany)
2014 May  05.16 UT: m1=9.0, Dia.=5′, DC=4/, Tail= Not visible; 15cm SCT (75x); Salvador Aguirre (Hermosillo, Sonora, Mexico)
2014 May  04.98 UT: m1=8.6, Dia.=8′, DC=3; 15×80 B; Alex Scholten (Eerbeek, Netherlands)
2014 May  04.86 UT: m1=9.1, Dia.=4′, DC=5; 15.0cm R f/5 (38x); Maik Meyer (Limburg, Germany)
2014 May  04.77 UT: m1=8.8, Dia.=5′, DC=5; 12×50 B; Giuseppe Pappa (Sicily, Italy)
2014 May  04.14 UT: m1=9.0, Dia.=5′, DC=6; 30×125 B; Carl Hergenrother (Tucson, Arizona, USA)
2014 May  04.07 UT: m1=8.7, Dia.=7′, DC=3; 15×80 B; Alex Scholten (Eerbeek, Netherlands) [comet close to star =5.1]
2014 May  03.94 UT: m1=8.7, Dia.=8′, DC=4; 12×50 B; Giuseppe Pappa (Sicily, Italy)
2014 May  03.94 UT: m1=10.0, Dia.=5′, DC=6; 25.5cm L (66x); J. P. Navarro Pina (El Palmar, Murcia, Spain)
2014 May  03.93 UT: m1=8.8, Dia.=3′, DC=5, Cola=6′; 20cm SCT (50x); Carlos Labordena (Castellón, España)
2014 May  03.92 UT: m1=8.1, Dia.=5.0′, DC=3/; 7×50 B; Uwe Pilz (Leipzig, Germany)
2014 May  03.86 UT: m1=9.2, Dia.=4.5′, DC=5/; 15.0cm R F/5 (38x); Maik Meyer (Frauenstein, Erzgebirge, Germany)
2014 May  03.85 UT: m1=8.9, Dia.=4.5′; 25×100 B; M. Lehky (Hradec Kralove, Czech Republic)
2014 May  03.79 UT: m1=9.8, Dia.=3’, DC=5/; Tail=4.8′ in PA:155 deg.; 25.4cm L (46x); Danil Sidorko (Korenovsk, Russia)
2014 May  03.50 UT: m1=9.0, Dia.=8′, DC=7; 40.0cm L f/4.5 (36x); Seiichi Yoshida (Gunma, Japan)
2014 May  02.95 UT: m1=8.7, Dia.=7′, DC=6; 20cm L (42x); Alex Scholten (Eerbeek, Netherlands) [short weak tail of about 0.15 degrees in PA: 135 degrees]
2014 May  02.91 UT: m1=8.5, Dia.=10′, DC=3; 15×80 B; Alex Scholten (Bussloo, Netherlands) [also weakly visible in 7x50B]
2014 May  02.80 UT: m1=9.8, Dia.=3’, DC=5, Tail=4.6′ in PA:150 deg.; 25.4cm L (46x); Danil Sidorko (Korenovsk, Russia)
2014 May  02.63 UT: m1=9.6, Dia.=3.5’, DC=3; 25cm L f:5 (83x); Chris Wyatt (Walcha, NSW, Australia) [Coma very diffuse with brighter diffused inner coma. Does not enhance much with Swan Band filter. Extremely low altitude – 2.3°, tree tops visible in field of view. No tail]
2014 May  01.92 UT: m1=9.2, Dia.=3.3′, DC=5/; 20×80 B; Marek Biely (Brno, Czech Republic) [Close to bright stars, so easy to find. Well condensed.]
2014 May  01.15 UT: m1=9.4, Dia.=4′, DC=4/, Tail= Not visible; 15cm SCT (36x); Salvador Aguirre (Hermosillo, Sonora, Mexico)
2014 Apr. 30.92 UT: m1=8.5, Dia.=8.0′, DC=5; 8×56 B; Sandor Szabo (Sopron, Hungary)
2014 Apr. 30.90 UT: m1=10.6, Dia.=4.0, DC=3; 25.4cm L (66x); J. P. Navarro Pina (El Palmar, Murcia, Spain)
2014 Apr. 30.85 UT: m1=9.0, Dia.=4.5′, DC=5; 25×100 B; Martin Lehky (Hradec Kralove, Czech Republic)
2014 Apr. 30.76 UT: m1=9.6, Dia.=3.2’, DC=5, Tail=5’in PA:150; 25.4cm L (46x, 70.5x); Danil Sidorko (Korenovsk, Russia)
2014 Apr. 28.11 UT: m1=9.4, Dia.=3′, DC=5; 22cm L (57.6x); Marco Antonio Coelho Goiato (Araçatuba, Brazil)
2014 Apr. 28.13 UT: m1=9.3, Dia.=4′, DC=4; 20×100 B; Marco Antonio Coelho Goiato (Araçatuba, Brazil)
2014 Apr. 27.90 UT: m1=9.0, Dia.=7′, DC=1; 15×80 B; Alex Scholten (Eerbeek, Netherlands)
2014 Apr. 27.90 UT: m1=8.9, Dia.=6′, DC=5; 20cm L (42x); Alex Scholten (Eerbeek, Netherlands)
2014 Abr. 27.10 UT: m1=9.6, Dia.=2.5′, DC=5, Cola=4′; 20cm SCT (50x); Carlos Labordena (Castellón, España)
2014 Apr. 26.90 UT: m1=10.5, Dia.=2.0’, DC=3; 25.4cm L (66x); J. P. Navarro Pina (Murcia, Spain)
2014 Apr. 25.94 UT: m1=9.2, Dia.=5′, DC=4; 20cm L (42x); Alex Scholten (Eerbeek,Netherlands)
2014 Apr. 25.75 UT; m1=9.3; Dia.=2.5’ DC=5; Tail=3.3′ in PA: 140-150 deg.; 25.4cm L (46x, 70.5x); Danil Sidorko (Korenovsk, Russia)
2014 Apr. 25.14 UT: m1=9.3, Dia.=4′, DC=5; 30×125 B; Carl Hergenrother (Tucson, Arizona, USA)
2014 Apr. 25.12 UT: m1=9.4, Dia.=3′, DC=4; 20×100 B; Marco Antonio Coelho Goiato (Araçatuba, Brazil)
2014 Apr. 24.94 UT: m1=9.0, Dia.=3.0′, DC=5, Tail=5′; 25.4cm L (60x); Vyacheslav M. Ivanov (Kamysin, Russia)
2014 Apr. 24.84 UT: m1=9.3, Dia.=4.5′, DC=5; 15.0cm R f/5 (38x); Maik Meyer (Frauenstein, Erzgebirge, Germany)
2014 Apr. 23.82 UT: m1=9.3, Dia.=4.5′, DC=5; 15.0cm R f/5 (38x); Maik Meyer (Frauenstein, Erzgebirge, Germany)
2014 Apr. 23.10 UT: m1=9.2, Dia.=5′, DC=4; 20cm L (42x); Alex Scholten (Eerbeek, Netherlands)
2014 Apr. 22.82 UT: m1=9.4, Dia.=4′, DC=5/; 15.0cm R f/5 (38x); Maik Meyer (Frauenstein, Erzgebirge, Germany)
2014 Apr. 22.33 UT: m2=12.2 CCD, Dia.=&14.3′, Dia. inner coma=2.5′, Tails=11′ in PA: 134 deg. (dust); 47′ in PA: 185 deg. (ion); 0.11-m f/5.0 refractor + CCD; A. Novichonok & T. Prystavski (iTelescope observatory, H06. Remotely Mayhill, U.S.A.)
2014 Apr. 22.17 UT: m1=10.0, Dia.=4′, DC=5/, Tail= Not visible; 15cm SCT (36x); Salvador Aguirre (Hermosillo, Sonora, Mexico)
2014 Apr. 21.89 UT: m1=9.7, Dia.=3.3′, DC=5/; 20cm L (50x); Artyom Novichonok (Konchezero, Russia)
2014 Apr. 21.08 UT: m1=9.4, Dia.=3′, DC=4; 20×100 B; Marco Antonio Coelho Goiato (Araçatuba, Brazil)
2014 Apr. 20.97 UT: m1=9.7, Dia.=4′, DC=5; 20cm L (42x); Alex Scholten (Eerbeek, Netherlands) [comet close to star m=7.8]
2014 Apr. 20.88 UT: m1=9.7, Dia.=2.4′, DC=5/; 20cm L (50x); Artyom Novichonok (Konchezero, Russia) [Astronomical twilight, Sun -16 deg. Bright, but not stellar, asymmetrically located pseudonucleus. Elongation in the direction of the dust tail. Large gas coma, fixed on the photographs is not visible]
2014 Apr. 20.83 UT: m1=9.8, Dia.=3.5′, DC=5/; 15.0cm R f/5 (38x); Maik Meyer (Frauenstein, Erzgebirge, Germany)
2014 Apr. 20.18 UT: m1=9.0, Dia.=2.5’, DC=3, Cola: no visible; 25cm SCT (40x); Alberto Anunziato (Oro Verde, Argentina)
2014 Apr. 19.90 UT: m1=9.7, Dia.= 5′ DC=6; 42x200L; Alex Scholten (Eerbeek, Netherlands) (hazy)
2014 Abr. 18.89 UT: m1=9.8, Dia=3′, DC=5, no cola, 20cm SCT(50x); Carlos Labordena (Castellón, España)
2014 Apr. 18.83 UT: m1=9.3, Dia.=4.0′, DC=s6, Tail= 0.32 deg. PA: 151 deg.; 32cm L f/5 (96x); Uwe Pilz (Leipzig, Germany)
2014 Apr. 17.86 UT: m1=9.7, Dia.=2.8′, DC=6; 20×80 B; Marek Biely (Brno, Czech Republic) [Easy to find thanks to good star field. Well condensed]
2014 Apr. 16.84 UT: m1=10.2, Dia.=2.5′, DC=6, Tail= 0.08 deg. PA: 309 deg.; 32cm L f/5 (96x); Uwe Pilz (Leipzig, Germany)
2014 Apr. 13.50 UT: m1=9.8, Dia.=3′, DC=4; 30×125 B; Carl Hergenrother (Tucson, Arizona, USA)
2014 Apr. 12.72 UT: m1=10.2, Dia.=1.5’, DC=2/; 25cm L f:5 (39x); Chris Wyatt (Walcha, NSW, Australia) [Coma small with faint outer edges, elongated to SW approx., inner coma is slightly brighter. Inner coma does not enhance using Swan Band fliter although outer coma enhances slightly. Moonset, moonlight affected, low alt – 13.6°]
2014 Apr. 10.90 UT: m1=[9.8, NEGATIVE; 20×80 B; Marek Biely (Brno, Czech Republic) [Not visible probably due to strong moonlight. Fainter than 9.8 mag.]
2014 Apr. 08.50 UT: m1=9.6, Dia.=4′, DC=5; 30×125 B; Carl Hergenrother (Tucson, Arizona, USA)
2014 Apr. 06.99 UT: m1=10.3, Dia.=2′, DC=5; 20cm SCT (50x); Carlos Labordena (Castellón, España)
2014 Apr. 06.05 UT: m1=9.9, Dia.=3′, DC=5; 20cm L (42x); Alex Scholten (Eerbeek, Netherlands) [comet close to star m=8.9]
2014 Apr. 05.73 UT: m1=10.1, Dia.=2′, DC=7; 20cm L (85x); Michael Mattiazzo (Swan Hill, Victoria) [Comet appears small but is moderate to strongly condensed. Coma is sighly enhanced using a Swan Band filter]
2014 Apr. 05.25 UT: m1=10.4, Dia.=2′, DC=5; 22cm L (57.6x); Marco Antonio Coelho Goiato (Araçatuba, Brazil)
2014 Apr. 04.44 UT: m1=9.8, Dia.=4′, DC=5; 30×125 B; Carl Hergenrother (Tucson, Arizona, USA)
2014 Apr. 04.98 UT: m1=9.9, Dia.=&3.0′, DC=5; 20cm L (50x); Artyom Novichonok (Konchezero, Russia) [Light haze, some clouds]
2014 Apr. 03.89 UT: m1=10.2, Dia.=2.54′, DC=5/; 20cm L (50x); Artyom Novichonok (Yanishpole fields, Russia)
2014 Apr. 03.43 UT: m1=10.5, Dia.=3′, DC=6, Tail= Not visible; 15cm SCT (36x); Salvador Aguirre (Hermosillo, Sonora, Mexico)
2014 Apr. 02.23 UT: m1=10.3, Dia.=3′, DC=6; 22cm L (57.6x); Marco Antonio Coelho Goiato (Araçatuba, Brazil) [significantly more condensed since my last observation, five days ago]
2014 Apr. 02.10 UT: m1=10.1, Dia.=3′, DC=3; 20cm L (42x); Alex Scholten (Eerbeek, Netherlands)
2014 Mar. 31.85 UT: m1=10.5, Dia.=2.0′, DC=6; 20cm L (80x); Artyom Novichonok (Konchezero, Russia)
2014 Mar. 31.74 UT: m1=10.3, Dia.=2.8′, DC=5; 25.4cm L f/4 (x46); Katsumi Yoshimoto (Yamaguchi, Japan)
2014 Mar. 30.36 UT: m1=10.3, Dia.=2.0′, DC=5/; 30.5cm L f/4.9 (88x); Todd Augustyniak (Harmon, Illinois, USA) [ondensed towards center; faint ~0.5′ tail at roughly PA 150 degree; located high in sky]
2014 Mar. 30.05 UT: m1=10.3 CCD, Dia.=2.9′, DC=6, Tail=0.08 deg in PA 155 deg.; 6.8cm R f/5.9 (10x60s); Mieczyslaw Leszek Paradowski (Lublin, Poland)[Baader V Filter used and 6 comp. stars solar type taken from cat.AQ]
2014 Mar. 30.04 UT: m1=10.3, Dia.=2.5′, DC=4/; 25.4cm L f/5 (65x); Maik Meyer (Limburg/Germany)
2014 Mar. 29.31 UT: m1=10.4, Dia.=2′, DC=3; 22cm L (160x); Marco Antonio Coelho Goiato (Araçatuba, Brazil)
2014 Mar. 29.04 UT: m1=10.4, Dia.=1.7′, DC=4; 50.8cm L (78x); Sandor Szabo (Sopron, Hungary)
2014 Mar. 28.95 UT: m1=10.4, Dia.=4′, DC=3; 35.6cm T (140x); Alex Scholten (Bussloo, Netherlands)
2014 Mar. 28.26 UT: m1=10.2, Dia.=2′, DC=6; 30×125 B; Carl Hergenrother (Tucson, Arizona, USA)
2014 Mar. 27.47 UT: m1=11.0, Dia.=3′, DC=2/, Tail= Not visible; 15cm SCT (36x); Salvador Aguirre (Hermosillo, Sonora, Mexico)
2014 Mar. 27.23 UT: m1=10.4, Dia.=2.5′, DC=3; 22cm L (160x); Marco Antonio Coelho Goiato (Araçatuba, Brazil)
2014 Mar. 26.04 UT: m1=10.3, Dia.=2′, DC=4; 25.4cm L f/5 (65x); Maik Meyer (Limburg/Germany)
2014 Mar. 25.92 UT: m1=10.7, Dia.=2.0′, DC=6; 20cm L (80x); Artyom Novichonok (Konchezero station, Russia)
2014 Mar. 25.99 UT: m1=10.2, Dia.=2′, DC=4, no cola; 20cm SCT (50x); Carlos Labordena (Castellón, España)
2014 Mar. 25.90 UT: m1=10.2, Dia.=3′, DC=3; 20cm L (42x); Alex Scholten (Eerbeek, Netherlands)
2014 Mar. 24.94 UT: m1=10.3, Dia.=3′ DC=4; 20cm L (42x); Alex Scholten (Eerbeek, Netherlands)
2014 Mar. 23.32 UT: m1=10.7 CCD, Dia.=2.03′, Tails=3.7′ in PA 157 deg (dust); 2.7′ in PA 255 deg (ion); 0.1-m f/5.0 astrograph + CCD; A. Novichonok & T. Prystavski (iTelescope observatory, H06. Remotely Mayhill, U.S.A.)
2014 Mar. 23.32 UT: m1=10.7, Dia.=2′, DC=7; 30×125 B; Carl Hergenrother (Tucson, Arizona, USA)
2014 Mar. 22.97 UT: m1=10.4, Dia.=3′, DC=4; 20cm L (42x); Alex Scholten (Eerbeek, Netherlands)
2014 Mar. 14.15 UT: m1=10.6, Dia.=2, DC=4; 25.4cm L f/5 (65x); Maik Meyer (Limburg/Germany)
2014 Mar. 13.18 UT: m1=10.6, Dia.=3′, DC=6; 20cm L (80x); Alex Scholten (Eerbeek, Netherlands)
2014 Mar. 12.71 UT: m1=10.9, Dia.=1.8’, DC=4/5; 25cm L f:5 (39x); Chris Wyatt (Walcha, NSW, Australia) [Coma appears elongated slightly to SW, no tail, small central condensation not quite stellar. Swan Band filter does not enhance coma, inner coma appears slightly whiter in colour than the pale bluish coloured outer coma]
2014 Mar. 11.81 UT: m1=10.7, Dia.=2.5′, DC=6; 25.4cm L f/4 (46x); Katsumi Yoshimoto (Yamaguchi, Japan)
2014 Mar. 11.15 UT: m1=10.6, Dia.=2′, DC=4/; 25.4cm L f/5 (65x); Maik Meyer (Limburg, Germany)
2014 Mar. 10.23 UT: m1=11.2, Dia.=2′, DC=3; 22cm L (160x); Marco Goiato (Araçatuba, Brasil)
2014 Mar. 10.18 UT: m1=10.8, Dia.=3′, DC=3; 25.4cm L f/5 (65x); Maik Meyer (Limburg, Germany)
2014 Mar. 10.15 UT: m1=10.6, Dia.=4′, DC=6; 20cm L (42x); Alex Scholten (Eerbeek, Netherlands)
2014 Mar. 09.29 UT: m1=10.0, Dia.=1.5’, DC=2, Tail: not visible; 25cm SCT (62x); Alberto Anunziato (Oro Verde, Argentina)
2014 Mar. 09.22 UT: m1=10.9, Dia.=1.6′, DC=3; 25.4cm L f/5 (65x); Maik Meyer (Limburg, Germany)
2014 Mar. 09.18 UT: m1=10.9, Dia.=1.6′, DC=3; 25.4cm L f/5 (65x); Maik Meyer (Limburg, Germany)
2014 Mar. 06.48 UT: m1=11.5, Dia.=2.0′, DC=2/, Tail: Not visible; 15cm SCT (36x); Salvador Aguirre (Hermosillo, Sonora, Mexico)
2014 Mar. 06.15 UT: m1=10.6, Dia.=2.0′, DC=2; 20cm L (80x); Alex Scholten (Eerbeek, Netherlands)
2014 Mar. 03.19 UT: m1=10.9, Dia.=1.4′, DC=s5, Tail= 0.03 deg. PA= 260 deg.; 32cm L f/5 (96x); Uwe Pilz (Leipzig, Germany)
2014 Mar. 03.15 UT: m1=10.4, Dia.=2′, DC=1; 20cm L (80x); Alex Scholten (Eerbeek, Netherlands)
2014 Mar. 01.33 UT: m1=11.7, Dia=1.5′, DC=4; 22cm L (160x); Marco Goiato (Araçatuba, Brasil)
2014 Feb. 28.40 UT: m1=11.4 CCD, Dia.=1.57′, Tail=1.4′ in PA 148 deg.; 0.1-m f/5.0 astrograph + CCD; A. Novichonok & T. Prystavski (iTelescope observatory, H06. Remotely Mayhill, U.S.A.)
2014 Feb. 19.51 UT: m1=[11.5; 15cm SCT (36x); Salvador Aguirre (Hermosillo, Sonora, Mexico)
2014 Feb. 09.70 UT: m1=12.3, Dia.=1.3’, DC=4; 25cm L f:5 (83x); Chris Wyatt (Walcha, NSW, Australia) [Coma appears circular, with small and bright but moderately condensed central condensation, no tail, does not enhance with Swan Band filter]
2014 Feb. 07.70 UT: m1=12.4, Dia.=1.4’, DC=4; 25cm L f:5 (83x); Chris Wyatt (Walcha, NSW, Australia) {Coma shows bright and moderately condensed central condensation, faint outer coma, no tail]
2014 Feb. 02.15 UT: m1=12.1, Dia.=1.0′, DC=3; 20cm SCT f:10 (80x); Carlos Labordena (Castellón, España)
2014 Jan. 30.72 UT: m1=12.2, Dia.=0.9’, DC=5; 25cm L f:5 (83x); Chris Wyatt (Walcha, NSW, Australia) [No tail, coma evenly diffused in brightness with small central condensation noticeable in good seeing. Does not appear to enhance using Swan Band filter. Low altitude = 13.1°]
2014 Jan. 28.46 UT: m1=12.3 CCD, Dia.=1.17′, Tail=0.9′ in PA 117 deg.; 0.1-m f/5.0 astrograph + CCD; A. Novichonok & T. Prystavski (iTelescope observatory, H06. Remotely Mayhill, U.S.A.)
2014 Jan. 07.53 UT: m1=12.8 CCD, Dia.=0.93′ Tail=0.6′ in PA 96 deg; [T20] 0.1-m f/5.0 astrograph + CCD; A. Novichonok & T. Prystavski (iTelescope observatory, H06, remotely Mayhill, U.S.A.)

C/2012 J2 (LINEAR) (1 observación)
2014 May  07.45 UT: m1=13.1 CCD, Dia.=1.12′; 0.1-m f/5.0 astrograph + CCD; A. Novichonok & T. Prystavski (iTelescope observatory, H06 remotely Mayhill, U.S.A.)

C/2012 J1 (Catalina) (1 observación)
2014 Feb. 23.49 UT: m1=17.2 CCD, Dia.=0.2′, Tail=0.2′, in PA 311 deg.; 0.32-m f/7.4 Ritchey-Chretien + CCD; A. Novichonok & T. Prystavski (iTelescope observatory, Q62. Remotely Siding Spring, Australia)

C/2012 F6 (Lemmon) (2 observaciones)
2014 Mar. 30.43 UT: m1=15.9 CCD, Dia.=0.56′; 0.43-m f/6.8 astrograph + CCD + f/4.5 focal reducer; A. Novichonok & T. Prystavski (iTelescope observatory, H06. Remotely Mayhill, U.S.A.)
2014 Mar. 04.47 UT: m1=16.1: CCD, Dia.=&0.5′; 0.43-m f/6.8 astrograph + CCD + f/4.5 focal reducer; A. Novichonok & T. Prystavski (iTelescope observatory, H06. Remotely Mayhill, U.S.A.)

C/2012 F3 (PANSTARRS) (12 observaciones)
2014 Sep. 16.37 UT: m1=14.8: CCD, Dia.=0.5′; [T17] 0.43-m f/6.8 astrograph + CCD; A. Novichonok & T.Prystavski (iTelescope observatory, Q62, remotely Siding Spring, Australia)
2014 Aug. 12.39 UT: m1=14.9 CCD, Dia.=0.6′; 0.32-m f/7.4 Ritchey-Chretien + CCD; A. Novichonok & T. Prystavski (iTelescope observatory, Q62 remotely from Siding Spring, Australia)
2014 Jul. 20.39 UT: m1=15.0: CCD, Dia.=&0.5′; 0.32-m f/7.4 Ritchey-Chretien + CCD; A. Novichonok & T. Prystavski (iTelescope observatory, Q62 remotely from Siding Spring, Australia)
2014 June 25.38 UT: m1=14.7 CCD, Dia.=0.7′, Tail=1′ in PA: 283 deg.; 0.32-m f/7.4 Ritchey-Chretien + CCD; A. Novichonok & T. Prystavski (iTelescope observatory, Q62 Remotely from Siding Spring, Australia)
2014 May  22.47 UT: m1=14.8 CCD, Dia.=0.6′; 0.32-m f/7.4 Ritchey-Chretien + CCD; A. Novichonok & T. Prystavski (iTelescope observatory, Q62 remotely from Siding Spring, Australia)
2014 May  19.89 UT: m1=14.7, Dia.=0.5’, DC=5; 50.8cm L (245x); Sandor Szabo (Sopron, Hungary)
2014 May  03.53 UT: m1=13.3, Dia.=1.0′, DC=3; 40.0cm L f/4.5 (144x); Seiichi Yoshida (Gunma, Japan)
2014 Apr. 22.50 UT: m1=14.6 CCD, Dia.=0.67′, Tail=1.0′ in PA: 278 deg.; 0.32-m f/7.4 Ritchey-Chretien + CCD; A. Novichonok & T. Prystavski (iTelescope observatory, Q62. Remotely Siding Spring, Australia)
2014 Mar. 30.61 UT: m1=15.0 CCD, Dia.=0.54′, Tail=1.7′ in PA 284 deg; 0.32-m f/7.4 Ritchey-Chretien + CCD; A. Novichonok & T. Prystavski (iTelescope observatory, Q62. Remotely Siding Spring, Australia)
2014 Mar. 29.01 UT: m1=15.5, Dia.=0.3′, DC=4; 50.8cm L (351x); Sandor Szabo (Sopron, Hungary)
2014 Feb. 24.68 UT: m1=15.5 CCD, Dia.=0.43′; 0.32-m f/7.4 Ritchey-Chretien + CCD; A. Novichonok & T. Prystavski (iTelescope observatory, Q62. Remotely Siding Spring, Australia)
2014 Jan. 26.68 UT: m1=15.9 CCD, Dia.=0.5′; 0.32-m f/7.4 Ritchey-Chretien + CCD; A. Novichonok & T. Prystavski (iTelescope observatory, Q62. Remotely Siding Spring, Australia)

P/2012 B1 (PANSTARRS) (8 observaciones)
2014 Aug. 12.40 UT: m1=15.8 CCD, Dia.=0.31′, Tail=0.6′ in PA: 313 deg.; 0.32-m f/7.4 Ritchey-Chretien + CCD; A. Novichonok & T. Prystavski (iTelescope observatory, Q62 remotely from Siding Spring, Australia)
2014 July 19.50 UT: m1=15.3 CCD, Dia.=0.4′, Tail=&0.5′ in PA: 312 deg.; 0.43-m f/6.8 astrograph + CCD; A. Novichonok & T.Prystavski (iTelescope observatory, Q62 remotely Siding Spring, Australia) [tail length can be underestimated]
2014 June 25.52 UT: m1=15.3 CCD, Dia.=0.36′, Tail=0.7′ in PA: 303 deg.; 0.32-m f/7.4 Ritchey-Chretien + CCD; A. Novichonok & T. Prystavski (iTelescope observatory, Q62 Remotely from Siding Spring, Australia)
2014 May  21.46 UT: m1=14.9 CCD, Dia.=0.33′, Tail=0.6′ in PA: 300 deg.; 0.32-m f/7.4 Ritchey-Chretien + CCD; A. Novichonok & T. Prystavski (iTelescope observatory, Q62 remotely from Siding Spring, Australia)
2014 Apr. 22.52 UT: m1=15.2 CCD, Dia.=0.37′, Tail=0.7′ in PA: 295 deg.; 0.32-m f/7.4 Ritchey-Chretien + CCD; A. Novichonok & T. Prystavski (iTelescope observatory, Q62. Remotely Siding Spring, Australia)
2014 Mar. 30.68 UT: m1=15.2 CCD, Dia.=0.44′, Tail=2.1′ in PA: 287 deg.; 0.32-m f/7.4 Ritchey-Chretien + CCD; A. Novichonok & T. Prystavski (iTelescope observatory, Q62. Remotely Siding Spring, Australia)
2014 Mar. 05.71 UT: m1=15.2 CCD, Dia.=0.36′, Tail=0.7′ in PA 283 deg.; 0.50-m f/6.8 astrograph + CCD + focal reducer; A. Novichonok & T. Prystavski (iTelescope observatory, Q62. Remotely from Siding Spring, Australia)
2014 Jan. 27.75 UT: m1=15.7 CCD, Dia.=0.30′, Tail=0.8′ in PA 290 deg.; [T9] 0.32-m f/7.4 Ritchey-Chretien + CCD; A. Novichonok & T. Prystavski (iTelescope observatory, Q62. Remotely Siding Spring, Australia)

P/2011 R3 (Novichonok-Gerke) (1 observación)
2014 Apr. 17.74 UT: m1=18.8: CCD; 0.7-m f/4.0 reflector + CCD; S. Nazarov & T. Prystavski (Crimean Astrophysical Observatory, MPC 095. Crimea-Nauchnij)

C/2011 L4 (PANSTARRS) (6 observaciones)
2014 July 17.79 UT: m1=18.6: CCD, Dia.=0.2′, Tail=&0.3′ in PA: 131 deg.; 0.7-m f/4.0 reflector + CCD; S. Nazarov & T. Prystavski (Crimean Astrophysical Observatory, MPC 095, Crimea-Nauchnij)
2014 July 15.90 UT: m1=17.1 CCD, Dia.=0.34′; 0.32-m f/8.0 astrograph + CCD; A. Novichonok & T. Prystavski (AstroCamp Observatory, I89 remotely from Nerpio, Spain)
2014 Apr. 15.95 UT: m1=16.3: CCD, Dia.=0.37′; 0.7-m f/4.0 reflector + CCD; S. Nazarov & T. Prystavski (Crimean Astrophysical Observatory, MPC 095. Crimea-Nauchnij)
2014 Feb. 28.41 UT: m1=16.4: CCD, Dia.=0.38′; 0.43-m f/6.8 astrograph + CCD + f/4.5 focal reducer; A. Novichonok & T. Prystavski (iTelescope observatory, H06. Remotely Mayhill, U.S.A.)
2014 Feb. 10.52 UT: m1=16.4: CCD, Dia.=0.35′; 0.43-m f/6.8 astrograph + CCD + f/4.5 focal reducer; A. Novichonok & T. Prystavski (iTelescope observatory, H06. Remotely Mayhill, U.S.A.)
2014 Jan. 07.53 UT: m1=15.6 CCD, Dia.=0.6′ Tail=0.9′ in PA 30 deg; [T20] 0.1-m f/5.0 astrograph + CCD; A. Novichonok & T. Prystavski (iTelescope observatory, H06, remotely Mayhill, U.S.A.)

C/2011 KP36 (Spacewatch) (5 observaciones)
2014 Sep. 28.01 UT: m1=16.5, DC=4; Visual 36″ F/3.5; Jean-François Viens (Cd’OA des Monts Notre-Dame, Québec, Canada)
2014 Sep. 23.51 UT: m1=16.7 CCD, Dia.=0.19′; [T9] 0.32-m f/7.4 Ritchey-Chretien + CCD; A. Novichonok & T. Prystavski (iTelescope observatory, Q62, remotely from Siding Spring, Australia)
2014 Aug. 31.47 UT: m1=16.6: CCD; 0.32-m f/7.4 Ritchey-Chretien + CCD; A. Novichonok & T. Prystavski (iTelescope observatory, Q62, remotely from Siding Spring, Australia)
2014 Aug. 24.09 UT: m1=16.2, DC=5; Visual, 36″ F/3.5; Jean-François Viens (Cd’OA des Monts Notre-Dame, Québec, Canada)
2014 May  21.60 UT: m1=16.5 CCD; 0.32-m f/7.4 Ritchey-Chretien + CCD; A. Novichonok & T. Prystavski (iTelescope observatory, Q62 remotely from Siding Spring, Australia)

C/2011 J2 (LINEAR) (31 observaciones)
2014 Dec. 19.83 UT: m1=15.3 CCD, Dia.=0.60′, Tail=&1.7′ in PA: 42 deg.; [T16] 0.15-m f/7.3 refractor + CCD; A. Novichonok & T. Prystavski (AstroCamp Observatory, I89 remotely from Nerpio, Spain)
2014 Nov. 18.08 UT: m1=15.0 CCD, Dia.=0.6′, Tail=1.9′ in PA: 30 deg.; [T20] 0.1-m f/5.0 refractor + CCD; A. Novichonok & T. Prystavski (iTelescope observatory, H06, remotely from Mayhill, U.S.A.)
2014 Oct. 27.97 UT: m1=15.2, Dia.=0.6’, DC=4; 50.8cm L (245x); Sandor Szabo (Stuhleck, Austria)
2014 Oct. 01.15 UT: m1=14.3: CCD, Dia.=&0.9′, Tail=&1.0′ in PA: 12 deg.; [T21] 0.43-m f/6.8 astrograph + CCD + f/4.5 focal reducer; A. Novichonok & T.Prystavski (iTelescope observatory, H06, remotely Mayhill, U.S.A.)
2014 Oct. 04.00 UT: m1=14.2, Dia.=0.4′, DC=7/; 35cm L (239x); Jakub Cerny (Zachotin, Czech Republic)
2014 Sep. 28.03 UT: m1=14.3, DC=2; Visual 36″ F/3.5; Jean-François Viens (Cd’OA des Monts Notre-Dame, Québec, Canada)
2014 Sep. 22.45 UT: m1=14.7, Dia.=0.8′, DC=3; 40cm L f/4.5 (257x); Seiichi Yoshida (Gunma, Japan)
2014 Aug. 31.46 UT: m1=13.9 CCD, Dia.=1.0′, Tail=&1.1′ in PA: 3 deg.; 0.11-m f/5.0 refractor + CCD; A. Novichonok & T. Prystavski (iTelescope observatory, H06, remotely Mayhill, U.S.A.)
2014 Aug. 30.08 UT: m1=15.2 CCD; Dia.=0.6’; CCD images unfiltered; Pierre Laporte (Cd’OA des Monts Notre-Dame, Québec, Canada)
2014 Aug. 28.88 UT: m1=14.3, Dia.=0.7′, DC=5; 35cm L (239x); Jakub Cerny (Zachotin, Czech Republic)
2014 Aug. 28.05 UT: m1=14.3, Dia.=0.5’, DC=5; 50.8cm L (307x); Sandor Szabo (Hungary)
2014 Aug. 27.94 UT: m1=14.2, Dia.=1.1′, DC=2/; 35cm L (239x); Jakub Cerny (Zachotin, Czech Republic)
2014 Aug. 24.15 UT: m1=14.5, DC=3; Visual, 36″ F/3.5; Jean-François Viens (Cd’OA des Monts Notre-Dame, Québec, Canada)
2014 Aug. 15.31 UT: m1=15.3 CCD, Dia.=0.2’; Measures taken on CCD images unfiltered; Clermont Vallière (Cd’A des Monts Notre-Dame, Québec, Canada)
2014 Aug. 05.03 UT: m1=13.6, Dia.=0.7′, DC=6; 35cm L (239x); Jakub Cerny (Czech Republic)
2014 Aug. 03.01 UT: m1=13.5, Dia.=0.93′, DC=5; 30cm L f/5 (188x); Mieczyslaw Leszek Paradowski (Dabrowa, Poland) [Cat. APASS (AQ)]
2014 Aug. 02.99 UT: m1=13.8, Dia.=0.9′, DC=5/; 35cm L (239x); Jakub Cerny (Czech Republic)
2014 Aug. 01.03 UT: m1=13.2, Dia.=1.2′, DC=4; 32cm L f/5 (96x); Uwe Pilz (Leipzig, Germany)
2014 July 25.97 UT: m1=13.7, Dia.=0.6’, DC=5; 50.8cm L (189x); Sandor Szabo (Hungary)
2014 July 25.96 UT: m1=13.9, Dia.=1.3′, DC=5; 35cm L (239x); Jakub Cerný (Czech Republic)
2014 July 23.96 UT: m1=13.7, Dia.=0.9′, DC=4; 35cm L (239x); Jakub Cerný (Czech Republic)
2014 July 19.94 UT: m1=13.4, Dia.=0.8′, DC=5; 35cm L (239x); Jakub Cerný (Czech Republic)
2014 July 18.94 UT: m1=13.7, Dia.=1.0′, DC=5/; 35cm L (239x); Jakub Cerný (Czech Republic)
2014 June 25.37 UT: m1=13.8 CCD, Dia.=0.6′, Tail=0.7′ in PA: 343 deg.; 0.11-m f/5.0 refractor + CCD; A. Novichonok & T. Prystavski (iTelescope observatory, H06 Remotely from Mayhill, U.S.A.)
2014 June 04.42 UT UT: m1=13.6 CCD, Dia.=0.99′, Tail=<5′ in PA: 20 deg.; 0.11-m f/5.0 refractor + CCD; A. Novichonok & T. Prystavski (iTelescope observatory, H06 remotely Mayhill, U.S.A.) [tail length is hard to measure due to several stars shining in comet’s tail]
2014 Mar. 30.41 UT: m1=[13.5, negative; 30.5cm L f/4.9 (250x); Todd Augustyniak (Harmon, Illinois, USA) [Not visible; low, less than 17 degrees above horizon]
2014 Mar. 29.13 UT: m1=13.9, Dia.=0.4′, DC=2; 50.8cm L (250x); Sandor Szabo (Sopron, Hungary)
2014 May  27.43 UT: m1=13.5 CCD, Dia.=1.15′, Tail=1.3′ in PA 28 deg.; 0.1-m f/5.0 astrograph + CCD; A. Novichonok & T. Prystavski (iTelescope observatory, H06 remotely Mayhill, U.S.A.)
2014 Feb. 28.78 UT: m1=13.2, Dia.=0.3′, DC=6; 32cm L f/5 (144x); Uwe Pilz (Leipzig, Germany)
2014 Feb. 21.09 UT: m1=13.4 CCD, Dia.=0.9′; 0.1-m f/5.0 astrograph + CCD; A. Novichonok & T. Prystavski (iTelescope observatory, H06. Remotely Mayhill, U.S.A.))
2014 Jan. 28.09 UT: m1=13.2 CCD, Dia.=1.21′, Tail=2.6′ in PA 16 deg.; 0.1-m f/5.0 astrograph + CCD; A. Novichonok & T. Prystavski (iTelescope observatory, H06. Remotely Mayhill, U.S.A.)

C/2010 U3 (Boattini) (2 observaciones)
2014 Dec. 13.67 UT: m1=16.6: CCD, Dia.=&1.0′; 0.3-m f/1.5 astrograph + CCD; G. Borisov & T. Prystavski (MARGO – MPC L51, Crimea-Nauchnij)
2014 Jan. 18.08 UT: m1=18.2 CCD, Dia.=0.25′; 0.43-m f/6.8 astrograph + CCD + f/4.5 focal reducer; A. Novichonok & T. Prystavski (iTelescope observatory, H06. Remotely Mayhill, U.S.A.)

C/2010 S1 (LINEAR) (28 observaciones)
2014 Nov. 19.04 UT: m1=14.5: CCD, Dia.=&0.5′; [T20] 0.1-m f/5.0 astrograph + CCD; A. Novichonok & T. Prystavski (iTelescope observatory, H06, remotely Mayhill, U.S.A.)
2014 Oct. 25.40 UT: m1=[12.9, negative; 40.0cm L f/4.5 (257x); Seiichi Yoshida (Gunma, Japan)
2014 Sep. 22.43 UT: m1=13.3, Dia.=0.9′, DC=2; 40cm L f/4.5 (144x); Seiichi Yoshida (Gunma, Japan)
2014 Sep. 14.41 UT: m1=13.6 CCD, Dia.=1.2′; [T12] 0.11m f/5.0 refractor + CCD; A. Novichonok & T. Prystavski (iTelescope observatory, Q62, remotely from Siding Spring, Australia)
2014 Aug. 31.38 UT: m1=13.2: CCD, Dia.=1.34′ Tail= 3.7′ in PA: 35 deg.; 0.11m f/5.0 refractor + CCD; A. Novichonok & T. Prystavski (iTelescope observatory, Q62, remotely from Siding Spring, Australia)
2014 Aug. 30.05 UT: m1=16.1 CCD; Dia.=0.5’; CCD images unfiltered; Pierre Laporte (Cd’OA des Monts Notre-Dame, Québec, Canada)
2014 Aug. 28.86 UT: m1=13.9, Dia.=1.4′, DC=2/; 35cm L (239x); Jakub Cerny (Zachotin, Czech Republic)
2014 Aug. 27.90 UT: m1=14.2, Dia.=0.8′, DC=3/; 35cm L (239x); Jakub Cerny (Zachotin, Czech Republic)
2014 Aug. 27.85 UT: m1=13.6, Dia.=1.3’, DC=2; 50.8cm L (189x); Sandor Szabo (Hungary)
2014 Aug. 24.94 UT: m1=14.2, Dia.=0.5′, DC=3; 35cm L (239x); Jakub Černý (Zachotin, Czech Republic)
2014 Aug. 24.86 UT: m1=14.1, Dia.=0.5′, DC=3; 40cm L (230x); Jakub Černý (Zachotin, Czech Republic)
2014 Aug. 24.09 UT: m1=14.0, DC=2; Visual, 36″ F/3.5; Jean-François Viens (Cd’OA des Monts Notre-Dame, Québec, Canada)
2014 Aug. 22.94 UT: m1=14.1, Dia.=1.5′, DC=3/; 35cm L (239x); Jakub Černý (Zachotin, Czech Republic)
2014 Aug. 02.93 UT: m1=13.9, Dia.=1.6′, DC=4/; 35cm L (239x); Jakub Cerny (Czech Republic)
2014 July 29.17 UT: m1=13.4, Dia.=0.2′, DC=7; 22cm L (160x); Marco Antonio Coelho Goiato (Araçatuba, Brazil)
2014 July 26.42 UT: m1=13.1: CCD, Dia.=1.3′, Tail=2.1′ in PA: 40 deg.; 0.11m f/5.0 refractor + CCD; A. Novichonok & T. Prystavski (iTelescope observatory, Q62 remotely from Siding Spring, Australia)
2014 July 25.93 UT: m1=14.3, Dia.=1.1′, DC=3/; 35cm L (239x); Jakub Cerný (Czech Republic)
2014 July 24.92 UT: m1=14.0, Dia.=0.4’, DC=4; 50.8cm L (307x); Sandor Szabo (Hungary)
2014 July 19.92 UT: m1=13.3, Dia.=1.1′, DC=3; 35cm L (239x); Jakub Cerný (Czech Republic)
2014 July 01.95 UT: m1=13.4, Dia.=0.8′, DC=3; 25.4cm L (125x); Sandor Szabo (Sopron, Hungary)
2014 June 30.19 UT: m1=13.5, Dia.=0.2′, DC=7; 22cm L (230x); Marco Antonio Coelho Goiato (Araçatuba, Brazil)
2014 June 25.53 UT: m1=13.2 CCD, Dia.=1.11′, Tail=&2′ in PA: 37 deg.; 0.32-m f/7.4 Ritchey-Chretien + CCD; A. Novichonok & T. Prystavski (iTelescope observatory, Q62 Remotely from Siding Spring, Australia)
2014 May  23.60 UT: m1=13.1 CCD, Dia.=1.2′, Tail=2′ in PA: 40 deg.; 0.32-m f/7.4 Ritchey-Chretien + CCD; A. Novichonok & T. Prystavski (iTelescope observatory, Q62 remotely from Siding Spring, Australia)
2014 Apr. 28.75 UT: m1=13.3 CCD, Dia.=1.1′, Tail=&1.5′ in PA: 40 deg.; 0.32-m f/7.4 Ritchey-Chretien + CCD; A. Novichonok & T. Prystavski (iTelescope observatory, Q62 remotely Siding Spring, Australia)
2014 Apr. 08.75 UT: m1=13.4 CCD, Dia.=1.0′, Tail=3.2′ in PA: 33 deg.; 0.32-m f/7.4 Ritchey-Chretien + CCD; A. Novichonok & T. Prystavski (iTelescope observatory, Q62. Remotely Siding Spring, Australia)
2014 Mar. 30.40 UT: m1=14.1, Dia.=0.4′, DC=4; 30.5cm L f/4.9 (250x); Todd Augustyniak (Harmon, Illinois, USA) [Faint, difficult object with 30.5 cm telescope; averted vision required]
2014 Mar. 29.10 UT: m1=14.0, Dia.=0.4′, DC=3; 50.8cm L (307x); Sandor Szabo (Sopron, Hungary)
2014 Feb. 28.51 UT: m1=13.5 CCD, Dia.=0.75′; 0.1-m f/5.0 astrograph + CCD; A. Novichonok & T. Prystavski (iTelescope observatory, H06. Remotely Mayhill, U.S.A.)

C/2009 F4 (McNaught) (6 observaciones)
2014 Dec. 20.82 UT: m1=16.2: CCD, Dia.=&0.7′, Tail=&3.5′ in PA: 181 deg.; [T16] 0.15-m f/7.3 refractor + CCD; A. Novichonok & T. Prystavski (AstroCamp Observatory, I89 remotely from Nerpio, Spain)
2014 Sep. 03.80 UT: m1=15.8: CCD, Dia.=&0.7′, Tail= 3.9′ in PA: 181 deg.; 0.32-m f/7.4 Ritchey-Chretien + CCD; A. Novichonok & T. Prystavski (iTelescope observatory, Q62, remotely from Siding Spring, Australia)
2014 July 07.80 UT: m1=15.6: CCD, Dia.=&0.7′, Tail=&4.8′ in PA: 179 deg.; 0.32-m f/7.4 Ritchey-Chretien + CCD; A. Novichonok & T. Prystavski (iTelescope observatory, Q62. Remotely from Siding Spring, Australia) [very diffuse coma with slightly visible central condensation]
2014 Mar. 22.39 UT: m1=16.1 CCD, Dia.=0.48′, Tail=4.4′ in PA: 178 deg.; 0.50-m f/6.8 astrograph + CCD + focal reducer; A. Novichonok & T. Prystavski (iTelescope observatory, Q62. Remotely from Siding Spring, Australia)
2014 Feb. 25.47 UT: m1=14.8 CCD, Dia.=0.87′, Tail=2.3′ in PA: 176 deg.; 0.32-m f/7.4 Ritchey-Chretien + CCD; A. Novichonok & T. Prystavski (iTelescope observatory, Q62. Remotely Siding Spring, Australia)
2014 Jan. 20.44 UT: m1=15.1 CCD, Dia.=0.83′, Tail=&3′ in PA 180 deg.; 0.32-m f/7.4 Ritchey-Chretien + CCD; A. Novichonok & T. Prystavski (iTelescope observatory, Q62. Remotely Siding Spring, Australia)

C/2006 S3 (LONEOS) (11 observaciones)
2014 Dec. 24.24 UT: m1=15.5 CCD, Dia.=0.6′, Tail=1.9′ in PA: 97 deg.; [T16] 0.15-m f/7.3 refractor + CCD; A. Novichonok & T. Prystavski (AstroCamp Observatory, I89 remotely from Nerpio, Spain)
2014 Nov. 23.51 UT: m1=14.9 CCD, Dia.=0.8′, Tail=1.2′ in PA: 92 deg.; [T20] 0.11-m f/5.0 refractor + CCD; A. Novichonok, T. Prystavski, N. Teymurov (iTelescope observatory, H06, remotely Mayhill, U.S.A.)
2014 Aug. 12.37 UT: m1=14.9 CCD, Dia.=0.7′, Tail=1.7′ in PA: 109 deg.; 0.43-m f/6.8 astrograph + CCD; A. Novichonok & T.Prystavski (iTelescope observatory, Q62 remotely Siding Spring, Australia)
2014 July 20.38 UT: m1=14.2 CCD, Dia.=1.04′, Tail=0.9′ in PA: 106 deg.; 0.32-m f/7.4 Ritchey-Chretien + CCD; A. Novichonok & T. Prystavski (iTelescope observatory, Q62 remotely from Siding Spring, Australia)
2014 June 25.37 UT: m1=14.3 CCD, Dia.=1.1′, Tail=3.3′ in PA: 103 deg.; 0.32-m f/7.4 Ritchey-Chretien + CCD; A. Novichonok & T. Prystavski (iTelescope observatory, Q62 Remotely from Siding Spring, Australia)
2014 May  21.38 UT: m1=14.2 CCD, Dia.=1.06′, Tail=5.7′ in PA: 101 deg.; 0.32-m f/7.4 Ritchey-Chretien + CCD; A. Novichonok & T. Prystavski (iTelescope observatory, Q62 remotely Siding Spring, Australia)
2014 Apr. 30.94 UT: m1=14.5, Dia.=0.5′, DC=4; 50.8cm L (245x); Sandor Szabo (Sopron, Hungary)
2014 Mar. 28.95 UT: m1=13.7, Dia.=1.0′, DC=2; 50.8cm L (245x); Sandor Szabo (Sopron, Hungary)
2014 Mar. 25.27 UT: m1=13.5 CCD, Dia.=1.59′, Tail=6.2′ in PA 96 deg.; 0.1-m f/5.0 astrograph + CCD; A. Novichonok & T. Prystavski (iTelescope observatory, H06. Remotely Mayhill, U.S.A.)
2014 Feb. 22.30 UT: m1=13.9 CCD, Dia.=1.11′, Tail=2.1′ in PA: 96 deg.; 0.1-m f/5.0 astrograph + CCD; A. Novichonok & T. Prystavski (iTelescope observatory, H06. Remotely Mayhill, U.S.A.)
2014 Jan. 26.64 UT: m1=14.1 CCD, Dia.=0.88′, Tail=0.8′ in PA 92 deg.; 0.11m f/5.0 refractor + CCD; A. Novichonok & T. Prystavski (iTelescope observatory, Q62. Remotely Siding Spring, Australia)

305P/Skiff (3 observaciones)
2014 Dec. 20.80 UT: m1=16.2 CCD, Dia.=0.36′, Tail=1.0′ in PA: 59 deg.; [T16] 0.15-m f/7.3 refractor + CCD; A. Novichonok & T. Prystavski (AstroCamp Observatory, I89 remotely from Nerpio, Spain)
2014 Nov. 25.06 UT: m1=16.3 CCD, Dia.=0.24′, Tail=0.7′ in PA: 84 deg.; [T20] 0.1-m f/5.0 astrograph + CCD; A. Novichonok & T. Prystavski (iTelescope observatory, H06, remotely from Mayhill, U.S.A.)
2014 Oct. 08.46 UT: m1=17.0 CCD, Dia.=0.4′; [T31] 0.50-m f/6.8 astrograph + CCD + focal reducer; A. Novichonok & T. Prystavski (iTelescope observatory, Q62, remotely from Siding Spring, Australia) [images obtained during lunar eclipse to avoid moonlight interference]

300P/Catalina (4 observaciones)
2014 June 04.82 UT: m1=13.1: CCD, Dia.=&1.1′; 0.11m f/5.0 refractor + CCD; A. Novichonok & T. Prystavski (iTelescope observatory, Q62 remotely from Siding Spring, Australia) [uncertainty in brightness due to part of observatory’s wall probably being caught by telescope, twilight]
2014 May  28.76 UT: m1=13.3, Dia.=1’, DC=2; 25cm L f:5 (83x); Chris Wyatt (Walcha, NSW, Australia) [Outer edges of coma diffused and tapering to a slightly brighter inner coma, weakly condensed, visible in good seeing, interference from zodiacal light and glare from Venus, low altitude = 16.4°]
2014 Apr. 30.80 UT: m1=12.9 CCD, Dia.=1.5′; 0.11m f/5.0 refractor + CCD; A. Novichonok & T. Prystavski (iTelescope observatory, Q62 remotely Siding Spring, Australia)
2014 Apr. 28.78 UT: m1=13.0: CCD, Dia.=&1.5′; 0.32-m f/7.4 Ritchey-Chretien + CCD; A. Novichonok & T. Prystavski (iTelescope observatory, Q62 remotely Siding Spring, Australia) [possible short tail = 0.3′ in PA 269 deg]

290P/Jäger (27 observaciones)
2014 June 25.35 UT: m1=14.8: CCD, Dia.=&0.7′; 0.32-m f/7.4 Ritchey-Chretien + CCD; A. Novichonok & T. Prystavski (iTelescope observatory, Q62 Remotely from Siding Spring, Australia) [diffuse and faint coma with central condensation]
2014 May  21.37 UT: m1=13.8: CCD, Dia.=&1.8′; 0.32-m f/7.4 Ritchey-Chretien + CCD; A. Novichonok & T. Prystavski (iTelescope observatory, Q62 remotely Siding Spring, Australia)
2014 May  19.85 UT: m1=13.3, Dia.=1.2’, DC=1; 50.8cm L (189x); Sandor Szabo (Sopron, Hungary) [Very diffuse comet]
2014 May  08.81 UT: m1=12.8 CCD, Dia.=1′, DC=2; 0.3m lens +ccd; Giuseppe Pappa (Sicily, Italy)
2014 May  08.11 UT: m1=14.7 CCD, Dia.=0.4’; Measures taken on CCD images unfiltered; Pierre Laporte (Cd’OA des Monts Notre-Dame, Québec, Canada)
2014 May  03.50 UT: m1=[13.1, negative; 40.0cm L f/4.5 (257x); Seiichi Yoshida (Gunma, Japan)
2014 May  01.14 UT: m1=[11.0, negative; 15cm SCT (36x); Salvador Aguirre (Hermosillo, Sonora, Mexico)
2014 Apr. 30.86 UT: m1=13.3, Dia.=0.8′, DC=4; 50.8cm L (189x); Sandor Szabo (Sopron, Hungary)
2014 Apr. 20.40 UT: m1=14.1 CCD, Dia.=1.0′; 0.32-m f/7.4 Ritchey-Chretien + CCD; A. Novichonok & T. Prystavski (iTelescope observatory, Q62. Remotely Siding Spring, Australia)
2014 Mar. 30.14 UT: m1=13.6, Dia.=0.8′, DC=2; 40.6cm L f/4.5 (183x); Todd Augustyniak (Harmon, Illinois, USA) [Diffuse with slight brightening near center; formed a triangle with two 15 magnitude stars]
2014 Mar. 28.85 UT: m1=12.7, Dia.=1.1′, DC=4; 50.8cm L (189x); Sandor Szabo (Sopron, Hungary)
2014 Mar. 25.26 UT: m1=13.7: CCD, Dia.=1.2′; 0.1-m f/5.0 astrograph + CCD; A. Novichonok & T. Prystavski (iTelescope observatory, H06. Remotely Mayhill, U.S.A.)
2014 Mar. 22.41 UT: m1=12.9, Dia.=0.7’, DC=2; 25cm L f:5 (83x); Chris Wyatt (Walcha, NSW, Australia) [Coma very diffuse, difficult to observe among crowded star field, no tail]
2014 Feb. 28.79 UT: m1=12.8, Dia.=1.3′, DC=7; 32cm L f/5 (96x); Uwe Pilz (Leipzig, Germany)
2014 Feb. 21.11 UT: m1=12.5: CCD, Dia.=&2.3′; 0.11-m f/5.0 refractor + CCD; A. Novichonok & T. Prystavski (iTelescope observatory, H06. Remotely Mayhill, U.S.A.)
2014 Feb. 19.14 UT: m1=[11.5; 15cm SCT (36x); Salvador Aguirre (Hermosillo, Sonora, Mexico)
2014 Feb. 04.78 UT: m1=11.8, Dia.=3′, DC=4; 42cm L f/5 (81x); Martin Lehky (Hradec Kralove, Czech Republic)
2014 Feb. 03.86 UT: m1=12.0, Dia.=3.5′, DC=4; 42cm L f/5 (81x); Martin Lehky (Hradec Kralove, Czech Republic)
2014 Feb. 01.47 UT: m1=13.8, Dia.=1.0’, DC=1; 25cm L f:5 (83x); Chris Wyatt (Walcha, NSW, Australia) [Crowded by stars, difficult, no tail, visible in periods of good seeing]
2014 Jan. 30.47 UT: m1=13.0, Dia.=0.8’, DC=2; 25cm L f:5 (83x); Chris Wyatt (Walcha, NSW, Australia) [Close to mag 8.2 star, difficult observation, no tail]
2014 Jan. 29.47 UT: m1=12.8, Dia.=0.8’, DC=3; 25cm L f:5 (83x); Chris Wyatt (Walcha, NSW, Australia) [No tail, coma diffuse with brighter inner coma though not stellar]
2014 Jan. 28.49 UT: m1=12.7, Dia.=1.1’, DC=2/3; 25cm L f:5 (83x); Chris Wyatt (Walcha, NSW, Australia) [Coma close to mag 13 star, inner coma slightly brighter than the transparent outer coma. Coma appears circular, no tail]
2014 Jan. 25.85 UT: m1=12.0, Dia.=3′, DC=4; 42cm L f:5 (81x); Martin Lehky (Czech Republic)
2014 Jan. 19.07 UT: m1=12.1: CCD, Dia.=&2.6′, Tail=3.0′ in PA 289 deg.; 0.11-m f/5.0 refractor + CCD; A. Novichonok & T. Prystavski (iTelescope observatory, H06. Remotely Mayhill, U.S.A.)
2014 Jan. 04.87 UT: m1=12.3, Dia.=1.2′, DC=3; 20cm SCT f:10 (80x); Carlos Labordena (Castellón, España)
2014 Jan. 04.48 UT: m1=12.5, Dia.=1’, DC=2; 25cm L f:5 (83x); Chris Wyatt (Walcha, NSW, Australia) [No tail, inner coma slightly brighter than edges, weakly condensed]
2014 Jan. 04.12 UT: m1=11.8, Dia.=1.5′, DC=4; 22cm L (160x); Marco Goiato (Araçatuba, Brasil)

289P/Blanpain (1 observación)
2014 June 28.44 UT: m1=[11.4, negative; 15cm SCT (75x); Salvador Aguirre (Hermosillo, Sonora, Mexico)

284P/McNaught (17 observaciones)
2014 Dec. 20.79 UT: m1=15.9 CCD, Dia.=0.48′; [T16] 0.15-m f/7.3 refractor + CCD; A. Novichonok & T. Prystavski (AstroCamp Observatory, I89 remotely from Nerpio, Spain)
2014 Nov. 23.17 UT: m1=15.2 CCD, Dia.=0.6′, Tail=&3.6′ in PA: 43 deg.; [T20] 0.1-m f/5.0 astrograph + CCD; A. Novichonok & T. Prystavski (iTelescope observatory, H06, remotely from Mayhill, U.S.A.)
2014 Oct. 25.48 UT: m1=14.1, Dia.=0.7′, DC=4; 40.0cm L f/4.5 (257x); Seiichi Yoshida (Gunma, Japan)
2014 Oct. 18.87 UT: m1=14.5, Dia.=0.5’, DC=3; 50.8cm L (245x); Sandor Szabo (Sopron, Hungary)
2014 Oct. 12.41 UT: m1=14.6 CCD, Dia.=0.54′, Tail=1.4′ in PA: 23 deg.; [T12]0.11m f/5.0 refractor + CCD; A. Novichonok & T. Prystavski (iTelescope observatory, Q62 remotely from Siding Spring, Australia)
2014 Sep. 28.10 UT: m1=15.5, DC=4; Visual 36″ F/3.5; Jean-François Viens (Cd’OA des Monts Notre-Dame, Québec, Canada)
2014 Sep. 22.65 UT: m1=13.9, Dia.=0.7′, DC=3; 40cm L f/4.5 (257x); Seiichi Yoshida (Gunma, Japan)
2014 Sep. 16.57 UT: m1=13.7 CCD, Dia.=1.1′, Tail=&3.6′ in PA: 273 deg.; [T12] 0.11m f/5.0 refractor + CCD; A. Novichonok & T. Prystavski (iTelescope observatory, Q62, remotely from Siding Spring, Australia)
2014 Sep. 14.49 UT: m1=13.8: CCD, Dia.=&1.0′, Tail=3.1′ in PA: 275 deg.; [T9] 0.32-m f/7.4 Ritchey-Chretien + CCD; A. Novichonok & T. Prystavski (iTelescope observatory, Q62, remotely from Siding Spring, Australia)
2014 Aug. 31.48 UT: m1=14.4: CCD, Dia.=&0.5′, Tail= &3′ in PA: 262 deg.; 0.32-m f/7.4 Ritchey-Chretien + CCD; A. Novichonok & T. Prystavski (iTelescope observatory, Q62, remotely from Siding Spring, Australia)
2014 Aug. 28.01 UT: m1=14.2, Dia.=0.9′, DC=4; 40cm L (230x); Jakub Cerny (Zachotin, Czech Republic)
2014 Aug. 27.96 UT: m1=14.3, Dia.=0.6’, DC=3; 50.8cm L (307x); Sandor Szabo (Hungary)
2014 Aug. 24.15 UT: m1=14.5, DC=3; Visual, 36″ F/3.5; Jean-François Viens (Cd’OA des Monts Notre-Dame, Québec, Canada)
2014 July 19.60 UT: m1=16.3 CCD, Dia.=0.31′, Tail=1.3′ in PA: 248 deg.; 0.43-m f/6.8 astrograph + CCD; A. Novichonok & T. Prystavski (iTelescope observatory, Q62 remotely Siding Spring, Australia)
2014 July 19.36 UT: m1=15.7 CCD, Dia.=0.56′; 0.43-m f/6.8 astrograph + CCD; A. Novichonok & T.Prystavski (iTelescope observatory, Q62 remotely Siding Spring, Australia)
2014 Apr. 28.76 UT: m1=17.5 CCD; 0.32-m f/7.4 Ritchey-Chretien + CCD; A. Novichonok & T. Prystavski (iTelescope observatory, Q62 remotely Siding Spring, Australia)
2014 Apr. 02.78 UT: m1=18.3: CCD; 0.32-m f/7.4 Ritchey-Chretien + CCD; A. Novichonok & T. Prystavski (iTelescope observatory, Q62. Remotely Siding Spring, Australia) [2 single images were co-added for the photometry]

269P/Jedicke (3 observaciones)
2014 Nov. 25.46 UT: m1=16.5: CCD, Dia.=0.3′, Tail=1.1′ in PA: 290 deg.; [T20] 0.1-m f/5.0 astrograph + CCD; A. Novichonok & T. Prystavski (iTelescope observatory, H06, remotely Mayhill, U.S.A.)
2014 Oct. 02.47 UT: m2=17.0 CCD; [T21] 0.43-m f/6.8 astrograph + CCD + f/4.5 focal reducer; A. Novichonok & T. Prystavski (iTelescope observatory, H06, remotely Mayhill, U.S.A.) [couldn’t estimate coma diameter and total brightness because of poor limiting magnitude images obtained]
2014 Aug. 31.47 UT: m1=16.1 CCD, Dia.=0.4′; 0.51-m f/4.5 reflector + CCD; A. Novichonok & T. Prystavski (iTelescope observatory, H06, remotely from Mayhill, U.S.A.)

246P/NEAT (7 observaciones)
2014 Dec. 19.82 UT: m1=16.7 CCD, Dia.=0.3′, Tail=0.4′ in PA: 251 deg.; [T16] 0.15-m f/7.3 refractor + CCD; A. Novichonok & T. Prystavski (AstroCamp Observatory, I89 remotely from Nerpio, Spain)
2014 Nov. 18.42 UT: m1=16.4 CCD, Dia.=0.3′; [T12]0.11m f/5.0 refractor + CCD; A. Novichonok & T. Prystavski (iTelescope observatory, Q62, remotely from Siding Spring, Australia)
2014 Oct. 12.46 UT: m1=15.3 CCD, Dia.=0.50′, Tail=1.4′ in PA: 245 deg.; [T12]0.11m f/5.0 refractor + CCD; A. Novichonok & T. Prystavski (iTelescope observatory, Q62 remotely from Siding Spring, Australia)
2014 Sep. 16.76 UT: m1=15.6 CCD, Dia.=0.36′, Tail=0.6′ in PA: 255 deg.; [T12] 0.11m f/5.0 refractor + CCD; A. Novichonok, T. Prystavski, N. Teymurov (iTelescope observatory, Q62, remotely from Siding Spring, Australia)
2014 Sep. 02.79 UT: m1=16.0: CCD, Dia.=0.34′, Tail= 2.6′ in PA: 239 deg.; 0.43-m f/6.8 astrograph + CCD; A. Novichonok & T.Prystavski (iTelescope observatory, Q62, remotely from Siding Spring, Australia)
2014 Aug. 30.18 UT: m1=16.1 CCD; Dia.=0.5’; CCD images unfiltered; Pierre Laporte (Cd’OA des Monts Notre-Dame, Québec, Canada)
2014 Aug. 28.05 UT: m1=[14.7, Dia.=1.0′; 40cm L (230x); Jakub Cerny (Zachotin, Czech Republic)

210P/Christensen (4 observaciones)
2014 Aug. 03.06 UT: m1=[11.1, Dia.=1.7′, NEGATIVE; 7.6cm f/4 L (15x); Marek Biely (Brno, Czech Republic) [Not visible. Fainter than 11.1 mag. Slight interference of astronomical twilight]
2014 July 27.84 UT: m2=14.8 CCD; 0.43-m f/6.8 astrograph + CCD; A. Novichonok & T. Prystavski (iTelescope observatory, Q62 remotely from Siding Spring, Australia) [poor quality images obtained at dawn: Sun Alt. -10 deg, El. 37.7 deg.]
2014 July 19.82 UT: m1=14.5 CCD, Dia.=0.48′, Tail=0.6′ in PA: 237 deg.; 0.43-m f/6.8 astrograph + CCD; A. Novichonok & T.Prystavski (iTelescope observatory, Q62 remotely Siding Spring, Australia)
2014 July 07.83 UT: m1=16.2 CCD, Dia.=0.2′, Tail=0.6′ in PA: 228 deg.; 0.32-m f/7.4 Ritchey-Chretien + CCD; A. Novichonok & T. Prystavski (iTelescope observatory, Q62. Remotely from Siding Spring, Australia)

209P/LINEAR (53 observaciones)
2014 Aug. 07.50 UT: m1=17.3 CCD; 0.32-m f/7.4 Ritchey-Chretien + CCD; A. Novichonok & T. Prystavski (iTelescope observatory, Q62 remotely from Siding Spring, Australia)
2014 July 26.52 UT: m1=17.0 CCD; 0.43-m f/6.8 astrograph + CCD; A. Novichonok & T.Prystavski (iTelescope observatory, Q62 remotely from Siding Spring, Australia)
2014 July 19.57 UT: m1=17.1 CCD; 0.32-m f/7.4 Ritchey-Chretien + CCD; A. Novichonok & T. Prystavski (iTelescope observatory, Q62 remotely from Siding Spring, Australia)
2014 July 11.40 UT: m1=16.4: CCD; 0.32-m f/7.4 Ritchey-Chretien + CCD; A. Novichonok & T. Prystavski (iTelescope observatory, Q62. Remotely from Siding Spring, Australia) [Uncertainty of estimates related to the presence of the Moon – Moon Phase 0.98]
2014 July 10.38 UT: m1=16.4: CCD; 0.32-m f/7.4 Ritchey-Chretien + CCD; A. Novichonok & T. Prystavski (iTelescope observatory, Q62. Remotely from Siding Spring, Australia) [Uncertainty of estimates related to the presence of the Moon – Moon Phase 0.94]
2014 July 08.62 UT: m1=16.2 CCD; 0.50-m f/6.8 astrograph + CCD + focal reducer; A. Novichonok & T. Prystavski (iTelescope observatory, Q62. Remotely from Siding Spring, Australia)
2014 June 25.39 UT: m1=15.5 CCD, Tail=0.8′ in PA: 36 deg.; 0.32-m f/7.4 Ritchey-Chretien + CCD; A. Novichonok & T. Prystavski (iTelescope observatory, Q62 Remotely from Siding Spring, Australia)
2014 June 05.58 UT: m1=12.4 CCD, Dia.=0.5′, Tail=&1.2′ in PA: 82 deg.; 0.32-m f/7.4 Ritchey-Chretien + CCD; A. Novichonok & T. Prystavski (iTelescope observatory, Q62 remotely from Siding Spring, Australia))
2014 June 02.16 UT: m1=12.8, Dia.=0.5′; DC=6/; 41cm L (70x); Alan Hale (Cloudcroft, New Mexico, USA) [There is still a pretty strong central condensation, but the rest of the coma seems a bit more prominent relative to that compared to what it has been]
2014 May  30.92 UT: m1=12.0:; 18cm L (57x); Alexandre Amorim (Florianopolis, Brazil)
2014 May  31.18 UT: m1=[11.4, negative; 15cm SCT (75x); Salvador Aguirre (Hermosillo, Sonora, Mexico)
2014 May  31.04 UT: m1=12.2, Dia.=0.8′, DC=7; 22cm L (160x); Marco Antonio Coelho Goiato (Araçatuba, Brazil)
2014 May  30.88 UT: m1=12.1, Dia.=0.6′, DC=7, no cola; 20cm SCT (118x); Carlos Labordena (Castellón, España)
2014 May  29.96 UT: m1=11.8, Dia.=1′, DC=7; 22cm L (160x); Marco Antonio Coelho Goiato (Araçatuba, Brazil) [strongly condensed, fast moviment through the stars, aproximately 12 arcmin in 30 minutes]
2014 May  29.92 UT: m1=12.0:, DC=7; 18cm L (57x); Alexandre Amorim (Florianopolis, Brazil)
2014 May  29.37 UT: m1=12.7, Dia.=0.7′, DC=7: 25.4cm L (114x); David A. J. Seargent (Cowra, NSW, Australia) Almost star-like central condensation. More coma visible than previous evening.
2014 May  29.36 UT: m1=12.4 CCD, Dia.=0.6′, Tail=&7′ in PA: 106 deg.; 0.32-m f/7.4 Ritchey-Chretien + CCD; A. Novichonok & T. Prystavski (iTelescope observatory, Q62 remotely from Siding Spring, Australia) [comet is on the edge of the image, so the real tail length may be underestimated]
2014 May  29.34 UT: m1=12.9, Dia.=0.7’, DC=6; 25cm L f:5 (83); Chris Wyatt (Walcha, NSW, Australia) [Narrow tail 1.3’ in length in P.A. 100° approximately, around 0.5′ in width. Outer coma diffuse and small with bright stellar central condensation, m2 approximately mag 13.3. Rapid motion of 2.5’ in a 6 minute observing period]
2014 May  29.17 UT: m1=12.8, Dia.=0.7′; 41cm L (70x); Alan Hale (Cloudcroft, New Mexico, USA)
2014 May  29.03 UT: m1=12.0:; 18cm L (57x); Alexandre Amorim (Florianopolis, Brazil)
2014 May  28.52 UT: m1=13.0, Dia.=<1′: 25.4cm L (114x); David A. J. Seargent (Cowra, NSW, Australia) [Appeared almost like a faint star under poor seeing at 114X. Seemed more diffuse but more difficult at 190X. Very rapid motion obvious in real time]
2014 May  27.19 UT: m1=12.7, Dia.=0.8′; 41cm L (70x); Alan Hale (Cloudcroft, New Mexico, USA)
2014 May  27.18 UT: m1=12.9 CCD, Dia.=0.62′, Tail=23′ in PA: 105 deg.; 0.1-m f/5.0 astrograph + CCD; A. Novichonok & T. Prystavski (iTelescope observatory, H06 (remotely Mayhill, U.S.A.)
2014 May  26.37 UT: m1=13.1, Dia.=1’, DC=5/; 25cm L f:5 (83x); Chris Wyatt (Walcha, NSW, Australia) [Inner coma shows hints of stellaring at centre in periods of good seeing, outer coma quite even in brightness and diffused. Hazy conditions, hint of an elongation to the East approximately. Motion of approximately 4’ to the SSE, noticeable over a 10 minute period]
2014 May  24.16 UT: m1=[11.0, negative; 15cm SCT (75x); Salvador Aguirre (Hermosillo, Sonora, Mexico)
2014 May  24.15 UT: m1=13.2, Dia.=0.8′, DC=3/; 30.5cm L f/4.9 (150x); Todd Augustyniak (Marengo Ridge Conservation Area, Marengo, Illinois, USA) [First observation; prior attempts from the outer suburbs of Chicago were unsuccessful. Darker skies and higher contrast were needed to see 209P/ as the comet is quite diffuse away from a tiny condensed core best glimpsed with averted vision.  False nucleus estimated at m2=14.6; faintest star visible in the same field at higher power (250x) was 14.9 magnitude.  Rapid motion; viewed comet for an hour.  Of the two, 134P/ was a bit easier to see.]
2014 May  23.88 UT: m1=13.2 CCD, Dia.=1.11′, Tail=25′ in PA: 111 deg.; 0.15-m f/7.3 refractor + CCD; A. Novichonok & T.Prystavski (AstroCamp Observatory, I89 remotely from Nerpio, Spain)
2014 May  22.88 UT: m1=13.3 CCD, Dia.=0.94′, Tail=27.8′ in PA: 109 deg.; 0.15-m f/7.3 refractor + CCD; A. Novichonok & T.Prystavski (AstroCamp Observatory, I89 remotely from Nerpio, Spain)
2014 May  22.38 UT: m1=13.4, Dia.=1’, DC=2; 25cm L f:5 (83x); Chris Wyatt (Walcha, NSW, Australia) [Coma very diffuse with small bright inner coma. Observed over 35 minute period, rapid motion very noticeable. Thin hazy cloud passing through field made observation difficult, low altitude = 14.5°]
2014 May  21.90 UT: m1=13.5 CCD, Dia.=0.9′, Tail=9.5′ in PA: 107 deg.; 0.15-m f/7.3 refractor + CCD; A. Novichonok & T.Prystavski (AstroCamp Observatory, I89 remotely from Nerpio, Spain)
2014 May  20.88 UT: m1=13.7 CCD, Dia.=0.8′, Tail=15.5′ in PA: 108 deg.; 0.15-m f/7.3 refractor + CCD; A. Novichonok & T.Prystavski (AstroCamp Observatory, I89 remotely from Nerpio, Spain)
2014 May  19.88 UT: m1=13.7 CCD, Dia.=0.8′, Tail=10′ in PA: 107 deg.; 0.15-m f/7.3 refractor + CCD; A. Novichonok & T.Prystavski (AstroCamp Observatory, I89 remotely from Nerpio, Spain)
2014 May  19.87 UT: m1=14.5, Dia.=0.4’, DC=7; 50.8cm L (307x); Sandor Szabo (Sopron, Hungary) [Comet is droplike to PA 110 deg, 0.7’. There is a false starlike nucleus with 15.3 magnitude]
2014 May  16.87 UT: m2=14.3 CCD, Dia.=0.62′, Tail=6.2′ in PA: 106 deg.; 0.15-m f/7.3 refractor + CCD; A. Novichonok & T. Prystavski (AstroCamp Observatory, I89 remotely from Nerpio, Spain)
2014 May  12.87 UT: m2=14.6: CCD, Dia.=&0.5′, Tail=2.9′ in PA: 101 deg.; 0.15-m f/7.3 refractor + CCD; A. Novichonok & T. Prystavski (AstroCamp Observatory, I89 remotely from Nerpio, Spain) [uncertainty in brightness and coma diameter due to the full Moon]
2014 May  08.12 UT: m1=15.6 CCD, Dia.=0.3’; Measures taken on CCD images unfiltered; Pierre Laporte (Cd’OA des Monts Notre-Dame, Québec, Canada)
2014 May  06.15 UT: m1=[11.0, negative; 15cm SCT (75x); Salvador Aguirre (Hermosillo, Sonora, Mexico)
2014 May  04.24 UT: m1=15.6: CCD, Tail=&1.2′ in PA: 94 deg.; 0.43-m f/6.8 astrograph + CCD + f/4.5 focal reducer; A. Novichonok & T. Prystavski (iTelescope observatory, H06 remotely Mayhill, U.S.A.) [very close to a bright star HD 71088 visual magnitude 5.9. Coma is invisible]
2014 May  03.54 UT: m1=[14.3 negative; 40.0cm L f/4.5 (257x); Seiichi Yoshida (Gunma, Japan)
2014 Apr. 30.93 UT: m1=[15.2 NEGATIVE; 50.8cm L (307x); Sandor Szabo (Sopron, Hungary)
2014 Apr. 29.26 UT: m1=15.6 CCD, Dia.=0.37′, Tail=1.4′ in PA: 101 deg.; 0.1-m f/5.0 astrograph + CCD; A. Novichonok & T. Prystavski (iTelescope observatory, H06 remotely Mayhill, U.S.A.)
2014 Apr. 28.29 UT: m1=15.7 CCD, Tail=1.0′ in PA: 99 deg.; 0.43-m f/6.8 astrograph + CCD + f/4.5 focal reducer; A. Novichonok & T. Prystavski (iTelescope observatory, H06 remotely Mayhill, U.S.A.)
2014 Apr. 22.16 UT: m1=[11.4, negative; 15cm SCT (36x); Salvador Aguirre (Hermosillo, Sonora, Mexico)
2014 Apr. 15.82 UT: m1=16.1 CCD, Dia.=0.24′, Tail=1.3′ in PA: 95 deg.; 0.7-m f/4.0 reflector + CCD; S. Nazarov & T. Prystavski (Crimean Astrophysical Observatory, MPC 095 / Crimea-Nauchnij)
2014 Apr. 08.91 UT: m1=16.2 CCD, Dia.=0.24′, Tail=&0.5′ in PA: 97 deg.; 0.7-m f/4.0 reflector + CCD; S. Sergeev, V. Doroshenko & T. Prystavski (Crimean Astrophysical Observatory, MPC 095 Crimea-Nauchnij)
2014 Apr. 03.14 UT: m1=[11.4, negative; 15cm SCT (36x); Salvador Aguirre (Hermosillo, Sonora, Mexico)
2014 Mar. 28.92 UT: m1=[15.8, NEGATIVE…50.8cm L (307x); Sandor Szabo (Sopron, Hungary)
2014 Mar. 25.38 UT: m1=16.5 CCD; 0.43-m f/6.8 astrograph + CCD + f/4.5 focal reducer; A. Novichonok & T.Prystavski (iTelescope observatory, H06. Remotely Mayhill, U.S.A.)
2014 Mar. 11.30 UT: m1=16.0 CCD, Dia.=0.22′, Tail=0.2′ in PA: 69 deg.; 0.61-m f/6.5 astrograph + CCD; A. Novichonok & T. Prystavski (Sierra Remote Observatory, U69. Auberry, California, USA)
2014 Mar. 10.40 UT m1=16.5 CCD; 0.43-m f/6.8 astrograph + CCD + f/4.5 focal reducer; A. Novichonok & T. Prystavski (iTelescope observatory, H06. Remotely Mayhill, U.S.A.)
2014 Mar. 04.42 UT: m1=16.8 CCD; 0.43-m f/6.8 astrograph + CCD + f/4.5 focal reducer; A. Novichonok & T. Prystavski (iTelescope observatory, H06. Remotely Mayhill, U.S.A.)
2014 Feb. 23.33 UT: m1=17.0 CCD; 0.43-m f/6.8 astrograph + CCD + f/4.5 focal reducer; A. Novichonok & T. Prystavski (iTelescope observatory, H06. Remotely Mayhill, U.S.A.)
2014 Jan. 19.12 UT: m1=17.6 CCD; 0.43-m f/6.8 astrograph + CCD + f/4.5 focal reducer; A. Novichonok & T. Prystavski (iTelescope observatory, H06. Remotely Mayhill, U.S.A.)

201P/LONEOS (4 observaciones)
2014 Dec. 19.80 UT: m1=15.4 CCD, Dia.=0.5′, Tail=5.2′ in PA: 67 deg.; [T16] 0.15-m f/7.3 refractor + CCD; A. Novichonok & T. Prystavski (AstroCamp Observatory, I89 remotely from Nerpio, Spain)
2014 Nov. 19.13 UT: m1=15.5 CCD, Dia.=0.39′, Tail=3.2′ in PA: 69 deg.; [T20] 0.1-m f/5.0 astrograph + CCD; A. Novichonok & T. Prystavski (iTelescope observatory, H06, remotely Mayhill, U.S.A.)
2014 Oct. 18.79 UT: m1=15.4, Dia.=0.2’, DC=4; 50.8cm L (351x); Sandor Szabo (Sopron, Hungary)
2014 Sep. 11.39 UT: m1=15.5: CCD, Dia.=&0.3′, Tail=0.8′ in PA: 30 deg.; [T9] 0.32-m f/7.4 Ritchey-Chretien + CCD; A. Novichonok & T. Prystavski (iTelescope observatory, Q62, remotely from Siding Spring, Australia)

193P/LINEAR-NEAT (1 observación)
2014 Oct. 08.43 UT: m1=16.9 CCD, Dia.=0.3′, Tail=0.3′ in PA: 90 deg.; [T17] 0.43-m f/6.8 astrograph + CCD; A. Novichonok & T. Prystavski (iTelescope observatory, Q62, remotely Siding Spring, Australia)) [images obtained during lunar eclipse to avoid moonlight interference]

191P/McNaught (1 observación)
2014 Nov. 27.49 UT: m1=18.0: CCD, Dia.=0.2′; [T20] 0.1-m f/5.0 astrograph + CCD; A. Novichonok & T. Prystavski (iTelescope observatory, H06, remotely Mayhill, U.S.A.) [2 frames were co-added for the photometry]

174P/Echeclus (6 observaciones)
2014 Sep. 28.02 UT: m1=17.5, DC=9; Visual 36″ F/3.5; Jean-François Viens (Cd’OA des Monts Notre-Dame, Québec, Canada)
2014 Sep. 16.38 UT: m1=17.1 CCD; [T9] 0.32-m f/7.4 Ritchey-Chretien + CCD; A. Novichonok & T. Prystavski (iTelescope observatory, Q62, remotely from Siding Spring, Australia)
2014 Aug. 30.09 UT: m1=17.3 CCD; Dia.=0.3’; CCD images unfiltered; Pierre Laporte (Cd’OA des Monts Notre-Dame, Québec, Canada)
2014 Aug. 27.99 UT: m1=[14.5, Dia.=0.3′; 40cm L (230x); Jakub Cerny (Zachotin, Czech Republic)
2014 Aug. 24.15 UT: m1=17.2, DC=9; Visual, 36″ F/3.5; Jean-François Viens (Cd’OA des Monts Notre-Dame, Québec, Canada)
2014 July 25.98 UT: m1=[15.5, Dia.=0.8′; 35cm L (239x); Jakub Cerný (Czech Republic)

170P/Christensen (1 observación)
2014 Sep. 26.51 UT: m1=16.8 CCD, Dia.=0.30′; [T9] 0.32-m f/7.4 Ritchey-Chretien + CCD; A. Novichonok & T. Prystavski (iTelescope observatory, Q62, remotely from Siding Spring, Australia)

154P/Brewington (8 observaciones)
2014 Mar. 30.12 UT: m1=15.6: CCD, Dia.=0.6′; 0.1-m f/5.0 astrograph + CCD; A. Novichonok & T. Prystavski (iTelescope observatory, H06. Remotely Mayhill, U.S.A.)
2014 Mar. 30.12 UT: m1=[14.3, negative; 40.6cm L f/4.5 (183x); Todd Augustyniak (Harmon, Illinois, USA)
2014 Mar. 28.83 UT: m1=13.5, Dia.=0.9′, DC=2; 50.8cm L (307x); Sandor Szabo (Sopron, Hungary)
2014 Feb. 28.78 UT: m1=13.0, Dia.=1.0′, DC=1; 32cm L f/5 (96x); Uwe Pilz (Leipzig, Germany)
2014 Feb. 21.10 UT: m1=13.0: CCD, Dia.=2.5′; 0.11-m f/5.0 refractor + CCD; A. Novichonok & T. Prystavski (iTelescope observatory, H06. Remotely Mayhill, U.S.A.)
2014 Jan. 31.11 UT: m1=[11.5; 15cm SCT (36x); Salvador Aguirre (Hermosillo, Sonora, Mexico)
2014 Jan. 19.08 UT: m1=11.6: CCD, Dia.=&5.8′; 0.11-m f/5.0 refractor + CCD; A. Novichonok & T. Prystavski (iTelescope observatory, H06. Remotely Mayhill, U.S.A.)
2014 Jan. 04.85 UT: m1=10.5, Dia.=3, DC=3; 20cm SCT f:10 (50x); Carlos Labordena (Castellón, España)

134P/Kowal-Vavrova (24 observaciones)
2014 Oct. 08.43 UT: m1=16.9 CCD Dia.=0.23′, Tail=0.3′ in PA: 112 deg.; [T31] 0.50-m f/6.8 astrograph + CCD + focal reducer; A. Novichonok & T. Prystavski (iTelescope observatory, Q62, remotely from Siding Spring, Australia) [images obtained during lunar eclipse to avoid moonlight interference]
2014 Sep. 10.38 UT: m1=15.7 CCD, Dia.=0.44′, Tail=0.5′ in PA: 104 deg.; [T9] 0.32-m f/7.4 Ritchey-Chretien + CCD; A. Novichonok & T. Prystavski (iTelescope observatory, Q62, remotely from Siding Spring, Australia)
2014 Aug. 12.39 UT: m1=15.2 CCD, Dia.=0.7′, Tail=0.8′ in PA: 127 deg.; 0.43-m f/6.8 astrograph + CCD; A. Novichonok & T. Prystavski (iTelescope observatory, Q62 remotely Siding Spring, Australia)
2014 July 26.41 UT: m1=15.1: CCD, Dia.=0.7′, Tail=0.9′ in PA: 119 deg.; 0.43-m f/6.8 astrograph + CCD; A. Novichonok & T.Prystavski (iTelescope observatory, Q62 remotely Siding Spring, Australia)
2014 July 01.92 UT: m1=14.0, Dia.=1.5′, DC=0; 50.8cm L (245x); Sandor Szabo (Sopron, Hungary)
2014 June 25.40 UT: m1=13.9 CCD, Dia.=1.3′, Tail=1.0′ in PA: 130 deg.; 0.32-m f/7.4 Ritchey-Chretien + CCD; A. Novichonok & T. Prystavski (iTelescope observatory, Q62 Remotely from Siding Spring, Australia)
2014 June 16.36 UT: m1=14.2, Dia.=0.7’, DC=0/; 25cm L f:5 (83x); Chris Wyatt (Walcha, NSW, Australia) [Coma very diffuse, difficult, visible in periods of good seeing, stars down to mag 15.0 visible]
2014 May  30.94 UT: m1=12.6, Dia.=1.2′, DC=2; 32cm L f/5 (96x); Uwe Pilz (Leipzig, Germany)
2014 May  26.37 UT: m1=14.1, Dia.=0.7’, DC=1/; 25cm L f:5 (83x); Chris Wyatt (Walcha, NSW, Australia) [Close to bright star, coma very difficult to see through haze, appears slightly brighter in centre the edges, very weakly condensed]
2014 May  24.19 UT: m1=12.9, Dia.=1′, DC=4; 30.5cm L f/4.9 (150x); Todd Augustyniak (Marengo Ridge Conservation Area, Marengo, Illinois, USA) [Condensed towards center; a bit brighter and modestly larger than 209P/]
2014 May  22.46 UT: m1=13.6 CCD, Dia.=1.25′; 0.32-m f/7.4 Ritchey-Chretien + CCD; A. Novichonok & T. Prystavski (iTelescope observatory, Q62 remotely from Siding Spring, Australia)
2014 May  22.40 UT: m1=14.0, Dia.=1.5’, DC=1/; 25cm L f:5 (83x); Chris Wyatt (Walcha, NSW, Australia) [Coma very diffuse, visible in periods of good seeing, slight hazy conditions]
2014 May  19.90 UT: m1=13.8, Dia.=0.9′, DC=4; 50.8cm L (189x); Sandor Szabo (Sopron, Hungary)
2014 May  05.68 UT: m1=13.3, Dia.=1.2’, DC=1/; 25cm L f:5 (83x); Chris Wyatt (Walcha, NSW, Australia) [Coma diffuse, slightly brighter in centre, no tail. Observation cut short due to encroaching fog bank]
2014 May  03.92 UT: m1=12.8, Dia.=1.0′, DC=2; 32.0cm L f/5 (96x); Uwe Pilz (Leipzig, Germany)
2014 May  03.54 UT: m1=12.6, Dia.=1.1′, DC=4; 40.0cm L f/4.5 (144x); Seiichi Yoshida (Gunma, Japan)
2014 May  02.65 UT: m1=13.1, Dia.=0.8’, DC=1/; 25cm L f:5 (83x); Chris Wyatt (Walcha, NSW, Australia) [Coma has diffuse edges with slightly brighter centre, does not enhance with Swan Band filter, no tail]
2014 Apr. 30.93 UT: m1=14.0, Dia.=0.9′, DC=5; 50.8cm L (189x); Sandor Szabo (Sopron, Hungary)
2014 Apr. 22.49 UT: m1=13.1 CCD, Dia.=1.5′, Tail=4′ in PA: 284 deg.; 0.32-m f/7.4 Ritchey-Chretien + CCD; A. Novichonok & T. Prystavski (iTelescope observatory, Q62. Remotely Siding Spring, Australia)
2014 Mar. 30.62 UT: m1=13.8 CCD, Dia.=0.99′, Tail=4.5′ in PA: 290 deg.; 0.32-m f/7.4 Ritchey-Chretien + CCD; A. Novichonok & T. Prystavski (iTelescope observatory, Q62. Remotely Siding Spring, Australia)
2014 Mar. 30.33 UT: m1=13.8, Dia.=1.1′, DC=4; 40.6cm L f/4.5 (229x); Todd Augustyniak (Harmon, Illinois, USA) [Relatively faint; soft glow with brightening towards center]
2014 Mar. 28.99 UT: m1=12.9, Dia.=1.3′, DC=2; 50.8cm L (245x); Sandor Szabo (Sopron, Hungary)
2014 Feb. 24.67 UT: m1=14.9 CCD, Dia.=0.55′, Tail=1.1′ in PA: 288 deg.; 0.32-m f/7.4 Ritchey-Chretien + CCD; A. Novichonok & T. Prystavski (iTelescope observatory, Q62. Remotely Siding Spring, Australia)
2014 Jan. 26.64 UT: m1=15.1 CCD, Dia.=0.54′, Tail=1.1′ in PA 298 deg.; 0.32-m f/7.4 Ritchey-Chretien + CCD; A. Novichonok & T. Prystavski (iTelescope observatory, Q62. Remotely Siding Spring, Australia)

124P/Mrkos (6 observaciones)
2014 Apr. 30.88 UT: m1=[15.5 NEGATIVE; 50.8cm L (307x); Sandor Szabo (Sopron, Hungary)
2014 Apr. 20.42 UT: m1=16.4: CCD; 0.32-m f/7.4 Ritchey-Chretien + CCD; A. Novichonok & T. Prystavski (iTelescope observatory, Q62. Remotely Siding Spring, Australia)
2014 Mar. 30.19 UT: m1=15.4, Dia.=0.2′, DC=8; 40.6cm L f/4.5 (305x); Todd Augustyniak (Harmon, Illinois, USA) [Very faint, but surprisingly visible with averted vision; strongly condensed, near stellar in appearance]
2014 Mar. 29.42 UT: m1=15.6 CCD; 0.51-m f/4.5 reflector + CCD; A. Novichonok & T. Prystavski (iTelescope observatory, H06. Remotely from Mayhill, U.S.A.)
2014 Mar. 28.90 UT: m1=15.8, Dia.=0.1′, DC=8; 50.8cm L (351x); Sandor Szabo (Sopron, Hungary) [Very small, nearly starlike]
2014 Mar. 04.44 UT: m1=15.7 CCD; 0.43-m f/6.8 astrograph + CCD + f/4.5 focal reducer; A. Novichonok & T. Prystavski (iTelescope observatory, H06. Remotely Mayhill, U.S.A.)

117P/Helin-Roman-Alu 1 (16 observaciones)
2014 Dec. 20.43 UT: m1=15.2 CCD, Dia.=0.3′; [T31] 0.50-m f/6.8 astrograph + CCD + focal reducer; A. Novichonok & T. Prystavski (iTelescope observatory, Q62 remotely from Siding Spring, Australia)
2014 Nov. 16.46 UT: m1=14.6 CCD, Dia.=0.5′, Tail=0.4′ in PA: 222 deg.; [T12]0.11m f/5.0 refractor + CCD; A. Novichonok & T. Prystavski (iTelescope observatory, Q62, remotely from Siding Spring, Australia)
2014 Oct. 25.41 UT: m1=13.5, Dia.=0.5′, DC=3; 40.0cm L f/4.5 (257x); Seiichi Yoshida (Gunma, Japan)
2014 Oct. 12.41 UT: m1=14.2 CCD, Dia.=0.8′, Tail=&3′ in PA: 263 deg.; [T12]0.11m f/5.0 refractor + CCD; A. Novichonok & T. Prystavski (iTelescope observatory, Q62, remotely from Siding Spring, Australia)
2014 Sep. 28.04 UT: m1=14.0, DC=4; Visual 36″ F/3.5; Jean-François Viens (Cd’OA des Monts Notre-Dame, Québec, Canada)
2014 Sep. 11.38 UT: m1=13.4: CCD, Dia.=&1.7′, Tail=&2′ in PA: 295 deg.; [T9] 0.32-m f/7.4 Ritchey-Chretien + CCD; A. Novichonok & T. Prystavski (iTelescope observatory, Q62, remotely from Siding Spring, Australia)
2014 Aug. 31.38 UT: m1=13.2: CCD, Dia.=&1.3′, Tail=&2.0′ in PA: 308 deg.; 0.32-m f/7.4 Ritchey-Chretien + CCD; A. Novichonok & T. Prystavski (iTelescope observatory, Q62, remotely from Siding Spring, Australia)
2014 Aug. 20.09 UT: m1=12.9, Dia.=0.5′, DC=4; 22cm L (160x); Marco Antonio Coelho Goiato (Araçatuba, Brazil)
2014 Aug. 19.14 UT: m1=12.8, Dia.=0.5′, DC=4; 22cm L (160x); Marco Antonio Coelho Goiato (Araçatuba, Brazil)
2014 July 19.59 UT: m1=13.3 CCD, Dia.=1.04′, Tail=4.9′ in PA: 262 deg.; 0.43-m f/6.8 astrograph + CCD; A. Novichonok & T. Prystavski (iTelescope observatory, Q62 remotely Siding Spring, Australia)
2014 June 25.54 UT: m1=14.0 CCD, Dia.=0.51′, Tail=2.7′ in PA: 257 deg.; 0.32-m f/7.4 Ritchey-Chretien + CCD; A. Novichonok & T. Prystavski (iTelescope observatory, Q62 Remotely from Siding Spring, Australia)
2014 May  27.44 UT: m1=14.2 CCD, Dia.=0.80′ Tail=8.7′ in PA: 258 deg.; 0.1-m f/5.0 astrograph + CCD; A. Novichonok & T. Prystavski (iTelescope observatory, H06 remotely Mayhill, U.S.A.)
2014 May  23.62 UT: m1=14.4 CCD, Dia.=0.35′, Tail=1.2′ in PA: 259 deg.; 0.32-m f/7.4 Ritchey-Chretien + CCD; A. Novichonok & T. Prystavski (iTelescope observatory, Q62 remotely from Siding Spring, Australia)
2014 Apr. 28.74 UT: m1=14.8: CCD, Dia.=&0.4′, Tail=2′ in PA: 256 deg.; 0.32-m f/7.4 Ritchey-Chretien + CCD; A. Novichonok & T. Prystavski (iTelescope observatory, Q62 remotely Siding Spring, Australia) [close to bright star 16 Cap (Pazhan)]
2014 Mar. 05.77 UT: m1=14.9 CCD, Dia.=0.26′, Tail=0.8′ in PA: 266 deg.; 0.50-m f/6.8 astrograph + CCD + focal reducer; A. Novichonok & T. Prystavski (iTelescope observatory, Q62. Remotely from Siding Spring, Australia))
2014 Feb. 06.78 UT: m1=15.2 CCD, Dia.=0.24′; 0.32-m f/7.4 Ritchey-Chretien + CCD; A. Novichonok & T. Prystavski (iTelescope observatory, Q62. Remotely Siding Spring, Australia)

110P/Hartley (4 observaciones)
2014 Dec. 20.22 UT: m1=14.2 CCD, Dia.=0.7′, Tail=5.8′ in PA: 277 deg.; [T16] 0.15-m f/7.3 refractor + CCD; A. Novichonok & T. Prystavski (AstroCamp Observatory, I89 remotely from Nerpio, Spain)
2014 Nov. 19.50 UT: m1=15.3 CCD, Dia.=0.41′, Tail=0.7′ in PA: 269 deg.; [T20] 0.11-m f/5.0 refractor + CCD; A. Novichonok & T. Prystavski (iTelescope observatory, H06, remotely Mayhill, U.S.A.)
2014 Oct. 28.02 UT: m1=[15.5, Dia.=0.3’; 50.8cm L (307x); Sandor Szabo (Stuhleck, Austria) [NEGATIVE, fainter than 15.5 mag]
2014 Oct. 02.47 UT: m2=17.0 CCD; [T21] 0.43-m f/6.8 astrograph + CCD + f/4.5 focal reducer; A. Novichonok & T. Prystavski (iTelescope observatory, H06, remotely Mayhill, U.S.A.) [couldn’t estimate coma diameter and total brightness because of poor limiting magnitude images obtained]

108P/Ciffreo (11 observaciones)
2014 Dec. 20.42 UT: m1=13.8: CCD, Dia.=&1.2′; [T20] 0.1-m f/5.0 astrograph + CCD; A. Novichonok & T. Prystavski (iTelescope observatory, H06 remotely from Mayhill, U.S.A.)
2014 Nov. 29.77 UT: m1=13.7, Dia.=0.7′, DC=4; 40.0cm L f/4.5 (144x); Seiichi Yoshida (Gunma, Japan)
2014 Nov. 19.50 UT: m1=13.3 CCD, Dia.=1.5′; [T12]0.11m f/5.0 refractor + CCD; A. Novichonok & T. Prystavski (iTelescope observatory, Q62, remotely from Siding Spring, Australia)
2014 Oct. 28.01 UT: m1=13.8, Dia.=0.8’, DC=4; 50.8cm L (245x); Sandor Szabo (Stuhleck, Austria)
2014 Oct. 26.41 UT: m1=14.3, Dia.=0.4′, DC=4/; 30.5cm L f/4.9 (250x); Todd Augustyniak (Green River State Wildlife Area, Harmon, Illinois, USA) [Very faint but visible with averted vision; movement observed over course of an hour]
2014 Oct. 25.76 UT: m1=[14.2; 40.0cm L f/4.5 (257x); Seiichi Yoshida (Gunma, Japan)
2014 Oct. 18.89 UT: m1=15.2, Dia.=0.5’, DC=4; 50.8cm L (307x); Sandor Szabo (Sopron, Hungary)
2014 Oct. 04.02 UT: m1=14.8, Dia.=0′.5, DC=5; 35cm L (239x); Jakub Cerny (Zachotin, Czech Republic)
2014 Sep. 28.75 UT: m1=13.9 CCD, Dia.=1.3′; [T12] 0.11m f/5.0 refractor + CCD; A. Novichonok & T. Prystavski (iTelescope observatory, Q62, remotely from Siding Spring, Australia)
2014 Sep. 28.22 UT: m1=15.3, DC=3; Visual 36″ F/3.5; Jean-François Viens (Cd’OA des Monts Notre-Dame, Québec, Canada)
2014 Aug. 31.80 UT: m1=14.7 CCD, Dia.=0.6′; 0.43-m f/6.8 astrograph + CCD; A. Novichonok & T. Prystavski (iTelescope observatory, Q62, remotely Siding Spring, Australia)

106P/Schuster (1 observación)
2014 Aug. 31.46 UT: m1=16.3 CCD Dia.=0.28′, Tail= 1.4′ in PA: 276 deg.; 0.51-m f/4.5 reflector + CCD; A. Novichonok & T. Prystavski (iTelescope observatory, H06, remotely from Mayhill, U.S.A.)

88P/Howell (1 observación)
2014 Apr. 26.90 UT: m1=18.1 CCD, Dia.=0.3′; 0.7-m f/4.0 reflector + CCD; S. Nazarov & T. Prystavski (Crimean Astrophysical Observatory, MPC 095, Crimea-Nauchnij)

84P/Giclas (1 observación)
2014 Jan. 29.48 UT: m1=16.9 CCD, Dia.=0.3′; 0.32-m f/7.4 Ritchey-Chretien + CCD; A. Novichonok & T. Prystavski (iTelescope observatory, Q62. Remotely Siding Spring, Australia)

70P/Kojima (2 observaciones)
2014 Dec. 20.43 UT: m1=16.3 CCD, Dia.=0.4′, Tail=0.8′ in PA: 282 deg.; [T20] 0.1-m f/5.0 astrograph + CCD; A. Novichonok & T. Prystavski (iTelescope observatory, H06 remotely from Mayhill, U.S.A.)
2014 Nov. 25.49 UT: m1=16.7 CCD, Dia.=0.24′, Tail=0.5′ in PA: 297 deg.; [T20] 0.1-m f/5.0 astrograph + CCD; A. Novichonok & T. Prystavski (iTelescope observatory, H06, remotely from Mayhill, U.S.A.)

52P/Harrington-Abell (5 observaciones)
2014 Apr. 20.38 UT: m1=16.4 CCD, Dia.=0.38′; 0.50-m f/6.8 astrograph + CCD + focal reducer; A. Novichonok & T. Prystavski (iTelescope observatory, Q62. Remotely from Siding Spring, Australia))
2014 Mar. 30.21 UT: m1=16.3 CCD, Dia.=0.29′, Tail=0.5′ in PA 90 deg.; 0.43-m f/6.8 astrograph + CCD + f/4.5 focal reducer; A. Novichonok & T. Prystavski (iTelescope observatory, H06 (remotely Mayhill, U.S.A.)
2014 Mar. 28.82 UT: m1=[15.5, NEGATIVE…50.8cm L (307x); Sandor Szabo (Sopron, Hungary)
2014 Mar. 06.09 UT: m1=15.3 CCD, Dia.=0.38′, Tail=0.9′ in PA: 94 deg.; 0.43-m f/6.8 astrograph + CCD + f/4.5 focal reducer; A. Novichonok & T.Prystavski (iTelescope observatory, H06. Remotely Mayhill, U.S.A.)
2014 Jan. 19.08 UT: m1=14.7 CCD, Dia.=0.77′, Tail=0.7′ in PA 99 deg.; 0.43-m f/6.8 astrograph + CCD + f/4.5 focal reducer; A. Novichonok & T. Prystavski (iTelescope observatory, H06. Remotely Mayhill, U.S.A.)

44P/Reinmuth (1 observación)
2014 Sep. 11.37 UT: m1=16.8: CCD; [T9] 0.32-m f/7.4 Ritchey-Chretien + CCD; A. Novichonok & T. Prystavski (iTelescope observatory, Q62, remotely from Siding Spring, Australia) [comet overlaid on a faint star; estimate is approximate]

40P/Vaisala (2 observaciones)
2014 Dec. 20.52 UT: m1=15.6 CCD, Dia.=0.42′, Tail=&1.3′ in PA: 292 deg.; [T20] 0.11-m f/5.0 refractor + CCD; A. Novichonok, T. Prystavski, N. Teymurov (iTelescope observatory, H06 remotely Mayhill, U.S.A.)
2014 Nov. 25.52 UT: m1=15.5 CCD, Dia.=0.4′, Tail=&1.2′ in PA: 276 deg.; [T20] 0.1-m f/5.0 astrograph + CCD; A. Novichonok & T. Prystavski (iTelescope observatory, H06, remotely from Mayhill, U.S.A.)

32P/Comas Sola (14 observaciones)
2014 Dec. 20.40 UT: m1=14.2 CCD, Dia.=0.7′, Tail=5.1′ in PA: 290 deg.; [T20] 0.1-m f/5.0 astrograph + CCD; A. Novichonok & T. Prystavski (iTelescope observatory, H06 remotely from Mayhill, U.S.A.)
2014 Dec. 29.65 UT: m1=13.8, Dia.=1’, DC=2; 25cm L f:5 (83x); Chris Wyatt, Walcha (NSW, Australia) [Coma very diffuse, no tail. Difficult due to slight background haze]
2014 Nov. 29.80 UT: m1=13.9, Dia.=0.7′, DC=4; 40.0cm L f/4.5 (257x); Seiichi Yoshida (Gunma, Japan)
2014 Nov. 19.43 UT: m1=14.2 CCD, Dia.=0.72′, Tail=6.0′ in PA: 294 deg.; [T20] 0.1-m f/5.0 astrograph + CCD; A. Novichonok & T. Prystavski (iTelescope observatory, H06, remotely Mayhill, U.S.A.)
2014 Nov. 02.17 UT: m1=13.3, Dia.=1.6′, DC=1; 32cm L f/5 (120x); Uwe Pilz (Leipzig, Germany)
2014 Oct. 28.06 UT: m1=14.4, Dia.=0.5’, DC=3; 50.8cm L (245x);; Sandor Szabo (Stuhleck, Austria)
2014 Oct. 26.43 UT: m1=14.0, Dia.=0.5′, DC=4; 30.5cm L f/4.9 (188x); Todd Augustyniak (Green River State Wildlife Area, Harmon, Illinois, USA) [Averted vision required; faint but easier to see than 108P]
2014 Oct. 25.77 UT: m1=14.1, Dia.=0.7′, DC=3; 40.0cm L f/4.5 (257x); Seiichi Yoshida (Gunma, Japan)
2014 Oct. 04.09 UT: m1=14.5, Dia.=0.9′, DC=3; 35cm L (239x); Jakub Cerny (Zachotin, Czech Republic)
2014 Oct. 01.47 UT: m1=14.7 CCD, Dia.=0.54′, Tail=&5′ in PA: 288 deg.; [T20] 0.1-m f/5.0 astrograph + CCD; A. Novichonok & T. Prystavski (iTelescope observatory, H06, remotely from Mayhill, U.S.A.)
2014 Sep. 28.13 UT: 12.4, Dia.=1.5′, DC=2; 32cm L f/5 (120x); Uwe Pilz (Leipzig, Germany)
2014 Sep. 22.78 UT: m1=[14.2; 40cm L f/4.5 (257x); Seiichi Yoshida (Gunma, Japan)
2014 Sep. 01.47 UT: m1=14.8 CCD, Dia.=0.56′, Tail= &5.4′ in PA: 279 deg.; 0.51-m f/4.5 reflector + CCD; A. Novichonok & T. Prystavski (iTelescope observatory, H06, remotely from Mayhill, U.S.A.)
2014 Aug. 25.08 UT: m1=[14.8, Dia.=1.0′; 40cm L (230x); Jakub Černý (Zachotin, Czech Republic)

29P/Schwassmann-Wachmann 1 (32 observaciones)
2014 Oct. 02.39 UT: m1=13.7:, Dia.=0.4’, DC=2/; 25cm L f:5 (166x); Chris Wyatt (Walcha, NSW, Australia) [Moonlight; Coma very small and diffuse, very difficult to see due to scintillation and moonlight, magnitude uncertain. Looks like a hazy patch with a small and sometimes stellar central condensation, elongated to the East approximately]
2014 Sep. 14.41 UT: m1=14.2 CCD, Dia.=1.2′; [T12] 0.11m f/5.0 refractor + CCD; A. Novichonok & T. Prystavski (iTelescope observatory, Q62, remotely from Siding Spring, Australia)
2014 July 26.42 UT: m1=14.2 CCD, Dia.=1.28′; 0.11m f/5.0 refractor + CCD; A. Novichonok & T. Prystavski (iTelescope observatory, Q62 remotely from Siding Spring, Australia)
2014 June 30.13 UT: m1=15.0:, DC=2; Visual Aperture 36″ F/3.5; Jean-François Viens (Cd’OA Monts des Notre-Dame, Québec, Canada)
2014 June 25.50 UT: m1=12.0: CCD, Dia.=&2.8′; 0.11m f/5.0 refractor + CCD; A. Novichonok & T. Prystavski (iTelescope observatory, Q62 Remotely from Siding Spring, Australia)
2014 May  29.45 UT: m1=13.6, Dia.=1.0′, DC=2/; 30cm Dobson; Con Stoitsis (Nagambie, Victoria, Australia) [Difficult to see the comet, barely visible with averted vison]
2014 May  27.10 UT: m1=12.4, Dia.=1.5′, DC=2; 22cm L (160x); Marco Antonio Coelho Goiato (Araçatuba, Brazil)
2014 May  26.38 UT: m1=13.8, Dia.=0.8’, DC=1; 25cm L f:5 (83x); Chris Wyatt (Walcha, NSW, Australia) [Very difficult to see, close to bright stars, visible in periods of good seeing, slight hazy conditions]
2014 May  22.41 UT: m1=12.8, Dia.=1.4’, DC=2; 25cm L f:5 (83x); Chris Wyatt (Walcha, NSW, Australia) [Coma diffuse, no tail, diffused central condensation, observed between 2 bright stars but quite noticeable. Hazy conditions]
2014 May  21.55 UT: m1=12.4: CCD, Dia.=&2.5′; 0.32-m f/7.4 Ritchey-Chretien + CCD; A. Novichonok & T. Prystavski (iTelescope observatory, Q62 remotely from Siding Spring, Australia)
2014 May  21.42 UT: m1=12.5, Dia.=1.8’, DC=1/; 25cm L f:5 (83x); Chris Wyatt (Walcha, NSW, Australia) [Coma appears quite diffuse with a very weakly condensed inner coma]
2014 May  19.92 UT: m1=13.2, Dia.=0.6’, DC=5; 50.8cm L (189x); Sandor Szabo (Sopron, Hungary) [Very low on the Southern horizon]
2014 May  12.80 UT: m1=12.7, Dia.=1.2′, DC=7/; 30cm Dobson; Con Stoitsis (Nagambie, Victoria, Australia)
2014 May  08.21 UT: m1=14.4 CCD, Dia.=0.7’; Measures taken on CCD images unfiltered; Pierre Laporte (Cd’OA des Monts Notre-Dame, Québec, Canada)
2014 May  06.39 UT: m1=[11.0, negative; 15cm SCT (75x); Salvador Aguirre (Hermosillo, Sonora, Mexico)
2014 May  03.70 UT: m1=13.0, Dia.=-, DC=9; 40.0cm L f/4.5 (257x); Seiichi Yoshida (Gunma, Japan)
2014 May  01.39 UT: m1=[11.0, negative; 15cm SCT (36x); Salvador Aguirre (Hermosillo, Sonora, Mexico)
2014 Apr. 28.53 UT: m1=13.1: CCD, Dia.=&2.2′; 0.11m f/5.0 refractor + CCD; A. Novichonok & T. Prystavski (iTelescope observatory, Q62 remotely Siding Spring, Australia))
2014 Apr. 22.52 UT: m1=12.2: CCD, Dia.=&3.3′; 0.11m f/5.0 refractor + CCD; A. Novichonok & T. Prystavski (iTelescope observatory, Q62 remotely Siding Spring, Australia)
2014 Apr. 22.43 UT: m1=[11.1, negative; 15cm SCT (36x); Salvador Aguirre (Hermosillo, Sonora, Mexico)
2014 Apr. 03.44 UT: m1=[11.5, negative; 15cm SCT (36x); Salvador Aguirre (Hermosillo, Sonora, Mexico)
2014 Mar. 30.66 UT: m1=12.2: CCD, Dia.=2.09′; 0.32-m f/7.4 Ritchey-Chretien + CCD; A. Novichonok & T. Prystavski (iTelescope observatory, Q62. Remotely Siding Spring, Australia)
2014 Mar. 13.76 UT: m1=12.4: CCD, Dia.=1.46′; 0.50-m f/6.8 astrograph + CCD + focal reducer; A. Novichonok & T. Prystavski (iTelescope observatory, Q62. Remotely from Siding Spring, Australia)
2014 Mar. 12.79 UT: m1=12.5 CCD, Dia.=1.4′; 0.50-m f/6.8 astrograph + CCD + focal reducer; A. Novichonok & T. Prystavski (iTelescope observatory, Q62. Remotely from Siding Spring, Australia)
2014 Mar. 11.71 UT: m1=12.3 CCD, Dia.=1.39′; 0.50-m f/6.8 astrograph + CCD + focal reducer; A. Novichonok & T. Prystavski (iTelescope observatory, Q62. Remotely from Siding Spring, Australia)
2014 Mar. 10.68 UT: m1=12.4 CCD, Dia.=1.17′; 0.50-m f/6.8 astrograph + CCD + focal reducer; A. Novichonok & T. Prystavski (iTelescope observatory, Q62. Remotely from Siding Spring, Australia)
2014 Mar. 10.21 UT: m1=12.2, Dia.=1.5′, DC=3; 22cm L (160x); Marco Goiato (Araçatuba, Brasil)
2014 Mar. 09.64 UT: m1=12.5 CCD, Dia.=1.06′; 0.50-m f/6.8 astrograph + CCD + focal reducer; A. Novichonok & T. Prystavski (iTelescope observatory, Q62. Remotely from Siding Spring, Australia)
2014 Mar. 08.68 UT: m1=12.5 CCD, Dia.=0.93′; 0.50-m f/6.8 astrograph + CCD + focal reducer; A. Novichonok & T. Prystavski (iTelescope observatory, Q62. Remotely from Siding Spring, Australia)
2014 Mar. 07.78 UT: m1=12.5 CCD, Dia.=0.85′; 0.50-m f/6.8 astrograph + CCD + focal reducer; A. Novichonok & T. Prystavski (iTelescope observatory, Q62. Remotely from Siding Spring, Australia)
2014 Mar. 05.72 UT: m1=12.2 CCD, Dia.=0.65′; 0.50-m f/6.8 astrograph + CCD + focal reducer; A. Novichonok & T. Prystavski (iTelescope observatory, Q62. Remotely from Siding Spring, Australia)
2014 Jan. 27.73 UT: m1=14.7: CCD, Dia.=&1′; 0.11m f/5.0 refractor + CCD; A. Novichonok & T. Prystavski (iTelescope observatory, Q62. Remotely Siding Spring, Australia)

19P/Borrelly (2 observaciones)
2014 Dec. 12.44 UT: m1=16.2 CCD, Dia.=0.3′; [T31] 0.50-m f/6.8 astrograph + CCD + focal reducer; A. Novichonok & T. Prystavski (iTelescope observatory, Q62 remotely from Siding Spring, Australia)
2014 Nov. 21.48 UT: m1=16.9 CCD, Dia.=0.22′; [T9] 0.32-m f/7.4 Ritchey-Chretien + CCD; A. Novichonok & T. Prystavski (iTelescope observatory, Q62, remotely from Siding Spring, Australia)

17P/Holmes (19 observaciones)
2014 Dec. 20.78 UT: m2=16.8 CCD; [T16] 0.15-m f/7.3 refractor + CCD; A. Novichonok & T. Prystavski (AstroCamp Observatory, I89 remotely from Nerpio, Spain)
2014 Nov. 27.51 UT: m1=16.2 CCD, Dia.=0.3′, Tail=0.6′ in PA: 247 deg.; [T20] 0.1-m f/5.0 astrograph + CCD; A. Novichonok & T. Prystavski (iTelescope observatory, H06, remotely Mayhill, U.S.A.)
2014 Oct. 02.47 UT: m2=16.7 CCD; [T21] 0.43-m f/6.8 astrograph + CCD + f/4.5 focal reducer; A. Novichonok & T.Prystavski (iTelescope observatory, H06, remotely Mayhill, U.S.A.) [couldn’t estimate coma diameter and total brightness because of poor limiting magnitude images obtained]
2014 Sep. 28.15 UT: m1=16.0, DC=3; Visual 36″ F/3.5; Jean-François Viens (Cd’OA des Monts Notre-Dame, Québec, Canada)
2014 Sep. 22.66 UT: m1=14.3, Dia.=0.6′, DC=4; 40cm L f/4.5 (257x); Seiichi Yoshida (Gunma, Japan)
2014 Aug. 30.19 UT: m1=16.0 CCD; Dia.=0.6’; CCD images unfiltered; Pierre Laporte (Cd’OA des Monts Notre-Dame, Québec, Canada)
2014 Aug. 28.38 UT: m1=14.8 CCD, Dia.=0.4′, Tail= 0.7′ in PA: 270 deg.; 0.43-m f/6.8 astrograph + CCD + f/4.5 focal reducer; A. Novichonok & T. Prystavski (iTelescope observatory, H06, remotely Mayhill, U.S.A.)
2014 Aug. 28.04 UT: m1=14.4, Dia.=0.9′, DC=2; 40cm L (230x); Jakub Cerny (Zachotin, Czech Republic)
2014 Aug. 25.03 UT: m1=14.6, Dia.=0.8′, DC=2/; 40cm L (230x); Jakub Černý (Zachotin, Czech Republic)
2014 Aug. 24.24 UT: m1=15.7, DC=2; Visual, 36″ F/3.5; Jean-François Viens (Cd’OA des Monts Notre-Dame, Québec, Canada)
2014 Aug. 15.30 UT: m1=16.0 CCD, Dia.=0.1’; Measures taken on CCD images unfiltered; Clermont Vallière (Cd’A des Monts Notre-Dame, Québec, Canada)
2014 Aug. 01.04 UT: m1=13.5, DC=9; 32cm L f/5 (144x); Uwe Pilz (Leipzig, Germany)
2014 July 26.02 UT: m1=13.4, Dia.=1.2′, DC=4; 35cm L (239x); Jakub Cerný (Czech Republic)
2014 July 24.03 UT: m1=13.2, Dia.=1.0′, DC=3/; 35cm L (239x); Jakub Cerný (Czech Republic)
2014 July 02.00 UT: m1=14.0, Dia.=0.6′, DC=3; 50.8cm L (245x); Sandor Szabo (Sopron, Hungary)
2014 June 25.43 UT: m1=12.6: CCD, Dia.=&2.3′, Tail=9′ in PA: 252 deg.; 0.11-m f/5.0 refractor + CCD; A. Novichonok & T. Prystavski (iTelescope observatory, H06 Remotely from Mayhill, U.S.A.) [very diffuse both coma and tail]
2014 June 07.43 UT: m1=13.1, Dia.=1.0′, DC=2/; 41cm L (229x); Alan Hale (Cloudcroft, New Mexico, USA) [The coma was pretty ill-defined]
2014 June 02.43 UT: m1=12.5, Dia.=2.0′, DC=~3; 41cm L (70x); Alan Hale (Cloudcroft, New Mexico, USA) [I still had to contend with low elevation, zodiacal light, and early twilight. Definite central brightening, but no condensation]
2014 June 01.43 UT: m1=12.8:, Dia.=1.0′; 41cm L (229x); Alan Hale (Cloudcroft, New Mexico, USA)

16P/Brooks (3 observaciones)
2014 Sep. 26.78 UT: m1=17.8: CCD, Dia.=&0.2′; [T17] 0.43-m f/6.8 astrograph + CCD; A. Novichonok & T.Prystavski (iTelescope observatory, Q62, remotely Siding Spring, Australia)
2014 Aug. 31.46 UT: m1=16.2 CCD, Dia.=0.3′, Tail= &0.4′ in PA: 299 deg.; 0.51-m f/4.5 reflector + CCD; A. Novichonok & T. Prystavski (iTelescope observatory, H06, remotely from Mayhill, U.S.A.)
2014 July 29.83 UT: m1=15.7: CCD, Dia.=&0.35′; 0.43-m f/6.8 astrograph + CCD; A. Novichonok & T. Prystavski (iTelescope observatory, Q62 remotely Siding Spring, Australia) [2 images were obtained at dawn: Sun Alt. -13 deg.]

15P/Finlay (30 observaciones)
2014 Dec. 29.75 UT: m1=9.8, Dia.=4′, DC=1; 25cm L (66x); J. P. Navarro Pina (El Palmar, Murcia, Spain)
2014 Dec. 29.43 UT: m1=10.6, Dia.=1.1’, DC=3; 25cm L f:5 (83x); Chris Wyatt (Walcha, NSW, Australia) [Coma very diffuse with weakly condensed central condensation. No tail. Centre enhances very slightly using Swan Band filter. Low altitude = 15.5°; Moonlight interference]
2014 Dec. 28.08 UT: m1=[10.2; 15cm SCT (75x); Salvador Aguirre (Hermosillo, Sonora, Mexico)
2014 Dec. 26.97 UT: m1=9.2, Dia.=3′, DC=3; 22cm L (60x); Marco Antonio Coelho Goiato (Araçatuba, Brazil) [moonlight]
2014 Dec. 26.72 UT: m1=9.9, Dia.=3.2′, DC=3/; 7.6cm f/4 L (38x); Marek Biely (Brno, Czech Republic) [Low altitude: 10,7 deg. above the horizon. Correction for an atmospheric extinction was not needed. Slight interference of heavy snow clouds and moonlight.]
2014 Dec. 26.71 UT: m1=9.6, Dia.=2.9′, DC=2/; 20×80 B; Marek Biely (Brno, Czech Republic) [Low altitude: 13,0 deg. above the horizon. Correction for an atmospheric extinction was not needed. Slight interference of heavy snow clouds and moonlight.]
2014 Dec. 25.70 UT: m1=9.4, Dia.=3.2′, DC=3; 20×80 B; Marek Biely (Brno, Czech Republic) [[Low altitude: 13,9 deg. above the horizon. Proximity to Mars helped to locate it, but not to see it. It is faint and diffuse object. Slight interference of astronomical twilight and moonligh]
2014 Dec. 24.97 UT: m1=9.2:, Dia.=3′, DC=4; 22cm L (160x); Marco Antonio Coelho Goiato (Araçatuba, Brazil) [Very near Mars, moonlight, clouds]
2014 Dec. 24.75 UT: m1=9.2, Dia.=4′, DC=3; 11.4mm L f/8 (45x); Neil Norman (Ipswich, England) [Very close proximity to Mars and the comet appears to be dimming after its outburst last week]
2014 Dec. 24.70 UT: m1=9.8 CCD, Dia.=3′, DC2; 300mm lens ccd camera; Giuseppe Pappa (Sicily, Italy)
2014 Dec. 23.72 UT: m1=9.7 CCD, Dia.=2′, DC2; 300mm lens ccd camera; Giuseppe Pappa (Sicily, Italy)
2014 Dec. 22.75 UT: m1=9.4, Dia.=6′, DC=3; 25cm L (66x); J. P. Navarro Pina (Campos del Rio, Murcia, Spain)
2014 Dec. 22.72 UT: m1=9.8 CCD, Dia.=2′, DC2; 300mm lens ccd camera; Giuseppe Pappa (Sicily, Italy)
2014 Dec. 21.42 UT: m1=9.2, Dia.=2′, DC=2; 40.6cm L f/4 (76x); Paul Camilleri (Warners Bay, NSW, Australia)
2014 Dec. 21.04 UT: m1=9.8: CCD, Dia.=&2.6′, Tail=&11.1′ in PA: 78 deg.; [T20] 0.1-m f/5.0 astrograph + CCD; A. Novichonok & T. Prystavski (iTelescope observatory, H06 remotely from Mayhill, U.S.A.) [captured in the evening twilight]
2014 Dec. 20.45 UT: m1=8.7; 25×100 B; David A. J. Seargent (Cowra, NSW, Australia) [Possibly more condensed than previous night. Similar to Dec. 18]
2014 Dec. 20.42 UT: m1=9.0, Dia.=2′, DC=3; 40.6cm L f/4 (76x); Paul Camilleri (Warners Bay, NSW, Australia)
2014 Dec. 19.97 UT: m1=8.9, Dia.=3′, DC=4; 22cm L (60x); Marco Antonio Coelho Goiato (Araçatuba, Brazil)
2014 Dec. 19.76 UT: m1=9.7, Dia.=2′, DC=6, no cola; 20cm SCT (50x); Carlos Labordena (Castellón, España)
2014 Dec. 19.46 UT: m1=8.7, Dia.=4′, Tail= 0.2 deg. PA= 90 deg.; 25×100 B; David A. J. Seargent (Cowra, NSW, Australia) [Did not seem as condensed as previous date]
2014 Dec. 19.43 UT: m1=9.0, Dia.=3.2’, DC=4/; 25cm L f:5 (39x); Chris Wyatt (Walcha, NSW, Australia) [Inner coma moderately condensed, fainter outer coma, pale aqua-blue in colour, appears a more whiter colour towards the centre. Comet dims slightly using Swan Band filter. Faint tail visible 4’ in length in PA 076°; Low altitiude = 15.8°. Some zodiacal light interference]
2014 Dec. 19.07 UT: m1=9.0:, Dia.=&4´, DC=2/, Tail= Not visible; 15cm SCT (75x); Salvador Aguirre (Hermosillo, Sonora, Mexico)
2014 Dec. 18.96 UT: m1=8.5, Dia.=2′, DC=5; 18cm L (57x); Alexandre Amorim (Florianopolis, Brazil)
2014 Dec. 18.46 UT: m1=8.6; 25×100 B; David A. J. Seargent (Cowra, NSW, Australia) [Low elevation. Appeared to be a strong central condensation and possibly slightly elongated in anti-solar direction. Enhanced somewhat with Swan Band filter]
2014 Dec. 18.46 UT: m1=8.9, Dia.=2′, DC=5; 25×100 B; Michael Mattiazzo (Swan Hill, Victoria)
2014 Dec. 18.42 UT: m1=9.0, Dia.=3′, DC=4; 40.6 cm L f/4 (76x); Paul Camilleri (Warners Bay, NSW, Australia)
2014 Dec. 15.43 UT: m1=11.0, Dia.=1.5’, DC=3; 25cm L f:5 (39x); Chris Wyatt (Walcha, NSW, Australia) [Low altitude = 14.6°; Zodiacal light interference; coma shows very diffuse outer coma and a noticeable central condensation.
2014 Dec. 14.96 UT: m1=10.4; 18cm L (57x); Alexandre Amorim (Florianopolis, Brazil)
2014 Dec. 12.47 UT: m1=11.7, Dia.=2’, DC=3; 20cm L (57x); Michael Mattiazzo (Swan Hill, Victoria)
2014 Oct. 08.44 UT: m1=17.5: CCD, Dia.=&0.4′; [T31] 0.50-m f/6.8 astrograph + CCD + focal reducer; A. Novichonok & T. Prystavski (iTelescope observatory, Q62, remotely from Siding Spring, Australia) [images obtained during lunar eclipse to avoid moonlight interference]

4P/Faye (8 observaciones)
2014 Dec. 20.22 UT: m1=14.5 CCD, Dia.=1.04′, Tail=&18′ in PA: 286 deg.; [T16] 0.15-m f/7.3 refractor + CCD; A. Novichonok & T.Prystavski (AstroCamp Observatory, I89 remotely from Nerpio, Spain)
2014 Nov. 29.78 UT: m1=14.0, Dia.=0.6′, DC=3; 40.0cm L f/4.5 (257x); Seiichi Yoshida (Gunma, Japan)
2014 Nov. 19.41 UT: m1=14.9: CCD, Dia.=&0.7′, Tail=4.8′ in PA: 287 deg.; [T20] 0.1-m f/5.0 astrograph + CCD; A. Novichonok & T. Prystavski (iTelescope observatory, H06, remotely Mayhill, U.S.A.)
2014 Oct. 28.08 UT: m1=14.6, Dia.=0.5’, DC=1; 50.8cm L (307x); Sandor Szabo (Stuhleck, Austria)
2014 Oct. 25.78 UT: m1=14.3, Dia.=0.6′, DC=3; 40.0cm L f/4.5 (257x); Seiichi Yoshida (Gunma, Japan)
2014 Oct. 01.48 UT: m1=14.7 CCD, Dia.=0.53′, Tail=&5.7′ in PA: 285 deg.; [T20] 0.1-m f/5.0 astrograph + CCD; A. Novichonok & T. Prystavski (iTelescope observatory, H06, remotely from Mayhill, U.S.A.)
2014 Sep. 22.79 UT: m1=14.3, Dia.=0.4′, DC=3; 40cm L f/4.5 (257x); Seiichi Yoshida (Gunma, Japan)
2014 Aug. 31.47 UT: m1=13.8 CCD, Dia.=0.74′, Tail= 3.9′ in PA: 279 deg.; 0.51-m f/4.5 reflector + CCD; A. Novichonok & T. Prystavski (iTelescope observatory, H06, remotely from Mayhill, U.S.A.)

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