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3 The motion of the comet5 The motion of the cometThe motion of the cometThe Newton Project Knowledge Graph2020-10-08Journal
Ian 1st Sirius being 20d 50' high, or 21d high The comet had 4' in Alinicanthers more than the below the whailes eye, 5' in Azimuths westward more than that in the hinder parte of the head. Its tayle being 12d in length & extending towards the 3 s below Suculæ under Aldeboran.
Ian 2d Aldebor being Ian 2d Rigells Altitude being 25d 30' or lesse The Comet had the same Azimuth with the in the hinder parte in the Whailes head, being perpendicularly over it & distant from it 2d 41'.