Analyzed sample of small-perihelion Oort spike comets.
|orb. qual.||orb. qual.||orb. qual.|
|A. Comets discovered before 1900|
|C/1885 X1||NG, 2a||A.4||C/1886 T1||GR, 2a||A.1||C/1890 F1||GR, 1a||A.1|
|B. Complete sample of small-perihelion Oort spike comets discovered in the years 1901–1950
taken from Królikowska et al. (2014)
|C/1902 R1||GR, 1b||A.1||C/1902 X1||GR, 1b||A.1||C/1903 M1||GR, 2a||A.1|
|C. Comets discovered in the period 1951–2012; in the beginning objects with pure GR orbits are listed|
|C/1966 T1||GR, 2a||A.1||C/1973 A1||GR, 1b||A.1||C/1975 E1||GR, 2a||A.1|
|C/1952 W1||NG, 2a||A.4||C/1956 R1||NG, 1b||A.3||C/1959 Y1||NG, 2b||A.3|
Notes. Comets for which new orbital solutions are presented here are shown in bold. Purely gravitational orbit solutions are marked by “GR” and non-gravitational ones are marked as “NG”, where “NG (CO)” indicates solutions based on CO sublimation. An orbit quality assessment for each comet is presented according to the modified method described in KD13. The full table is available at the CDS.
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