|144P/Kushida||2016-10-20 19:55||Yoshida S.||12.6||VIS|
|43P/Wolf-Harrington||2016-10-20 19:40||Yoshida S.||12.9||VIS|
|C/2015 V2 (Johnson)||2016-10-20 19:26||Yoshida S.||13.1||VIS|
|C/2011 KP36 (Spacewatch)||2016-10-20 10:48||Yoshida S.||13.1||VIS|
|320P/McNaught||2016-10-20 10:33||Yoshida S.||[15.0||VIS|
|237P/LINEAR||2016-10-20 09:50||Yoshida S.||12.4||VIS|
|P/2015 TP200 (LINEAR)||2016-10-13 01:20||Shurpakov S||17.6||CCD|
Bright comets now
|C/2013 X1 (PANSTARRS)||12.3||↓||19.5||-28°58'||14h45m|
|C/2015 V2 (Johnson)||12.7||↑||66.7||+46°42'||12h13m|
|C/2011 KP36 (Spacewatch)||14.6||↓||147.8||-04°27'||00h35m|
Bright comets in the sky
|Comets discovered in June and July 2016||Comet discovered in August 2016||Comet discovered in September 2016|
Only three comets were discovered in last two months June and July and some other comets were rediscovered.
The three comets were discovered, exactly one in June C/2016M1 PANSTARRS and two in July C/2016N4 MASTER and C/2016N6 PANSTARRS.
Will Panstarrs's cannibalism of comet's discovery end? It very difficult to stop this great survey; but another survey compete with them, and Kowalski discovered is 15th comets.
Amateur Gennady Borisov discovered his 6th comets while Alex Gibbs discovered his 29th comet this month.