Yamaneko Group of Comet Observers

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The Yamaneko Group of Comet Observers (YGCO) is a famous group of astronomical observers based in Japan. Founded by K. Ichikawa in 1980, the members have obtained approximately 12,300 astronomic and 6,300 photometric observations.[1] This group maintains the YGCO Chiyoda Station, also based in Japan.

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  1. ^ 23644 Yamaneko ssd.jpl.nasa.gov Retrieved 2011-01-13