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Sources of Hale-Bopp Information - Homepages

Alternate web sites for Comet Hale-Bopp information ranging from amateur level discussions to research observations from national and international observatories.

Institute for Astronomy homepage. This homepage contains current images obtained from the telescopes on Maunakea on the Big Island of Hawai'i.

Near-Live Comet Watching System - database managed by NASA of images uploaded by registered observers.

European Southern Observatory. This is a comprehensive Hale-Bopp homepage with current images and discussion of the comet. There are also links to many other useful astronomy pages.

Harvard Smithsonian Observatory. Press Kit of information for the General Public.

Log of true color photos of the comet by Bob Yen.

National Optical Astronomy Observatories. This page provides up-to-date observations from the Kitt Peak Observatory in Tucson Arizona.

Canary Islands. This site is operated by the astronomers at the Tenerife Observatories in the Canary Islands. Frequent observations are being made with their 0.82 meter telescope.

Hale Bopp and the March 9 Solar Eclipse. NASA put together a web page describing the possible viewing of Hale-Bopp during the daytime during the March 9, 1997 solar eclipse.

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