Cometary Science Newsletter
Issue 73
April 2021

- Europlanet funding for Workshops and for (Remote) Observations with
  the Europlanet Telescope Network

- Comets postdoc position at the University of Edinburgh

- Refereed Journal Articles

  + Cometary Activity Begins at Kuiper Belt Distances: Evidence from
    C/2017 K2, Jewitt et al.

  + First Comet Observations with NIRSPEC-2 at Keck: Outgassing Sources
    of Parent Volatiles and Abundances Based on Alternative Taxonomic
    Compositional Baselines in 46P/Wirtanen, Bonev et al.

  + Rapidly Varying Anisotropic Methanol (CH3OH) Production in the Inner
    Coma of Comet 46P/Wirtanen as Revealed by the ALMA Atacama Compact
    Array, Roth et al.

  + The Volatile Composition of the Inner Coma of Comet 46P/Wirtanen:
    Coordinated Observations Using iSHELL at the NASA-IRTF and
    Keck/NIRSPEC-2, Roth et al.

  + Tails: Chasing Comets with the Zwicky Transient Facility and Deep
    Learning, Duev et al.

  + The Visual Lightcurve of Comet C/1995 O1 (Haleā€“Bopp) from 1995 to
    1999, Womack et al.

  + Narrowband Observations of Comet 46P/Wirtanen During its Exceptional
    Apparition of 2018/19 II: Photometry, Jet Morphology, and Modeling
    Results , Knight, Schleicher, & Farnham

  + Quantifying the Hypervolatile Abundances in Jupiter-Family Comet
    46P/Wirtanen, McKay et al.

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