I observed this comet twice. On April 10 it was 9.0 - 9.5 mag and roundish. Seemed to have a greenish-gray color, and both an inner and outer coma, with no Pseudo-nucleus. I forgot to denote directions on this drawing.
The second observation was on April 17. This time it was 9.5 to 10.0 magnitude and seemed very flat. No color and no double-coma observed, but a p-nucleus (star-like, not flat) was observed.
This is the comet from the "Stardust" mission, that had captured some bits of comet dust in Aerogel.
This was a fairly easy comet to find in Virgo, near Iota. Named stars on the chart are per Calsky.com.
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