SS: after the passage of E2 Lovejoy past the polestars vega and thuban another object came through draco near polestar thuban .. i named it Dragon (VZ13 Linear) because this is a dragon .and this object after its thuban draco passage then goes straight to Haumea which is the moon that impacted mars .. the above starmap shows the object as it is entering draco .. in the second starmap the Dragon (VZ13 Linear) is near Thuban .

COMET LINEAR VZ13: On July 11th, Comet Linear VZ13 glides by Edasich, a 3rd magnitude star in the constellation Draco. Also known as iota Draconis, this star is best known for its big planet, a giant world 9 times more massive than Jupiter. Tonight, consider it a guidestar to the comet. [sky map] [3D orbit] [ephemeris] At 8th magnitude, Linear VZ13 is too dim for the naked eye, but it materializes readily enough as a charming fuzzball in binoculars.

And “it is an easy target for backyard telescopes of all sizes,” reports John Chumack who sends this picture from his observatory in Yellow Springs, Ohio: “It has a large coma and a very bright stellar nucleus,” notes Chumack. “The comet’s tail, however, is small and faint.” What makes the comet’s atmosphere (coma) green? Answer: The coma contains cyanogen (CN), a poisonous gas, and diatomic carbon (C2). Both of these substances glow green when illuminated by sunlight–a process called “resonant fluorescence.”

RED-TAILED COMET: “The atmosphere of Comet LINEAR VZ13 is green,” reports Italian astronomer Paolo Candy, “but its jet tail is red.” He took this picture, a 14-minute exposure through an 8-inch telescope, on July 15th: The green tint comes from gaseous cyanogen and diatomic carbon in the comet’s atmosphere. Both substances glow green when exposed to sunlight in the near-vacuum of space.

The origin of red in the tail is less certain. The tail is essentially a jet of dust spewing out of the comet’s nucleus. Normally, cometery dust tails are yellow-white, the color of reflected sunlight. But the material in this tail seems to reflect a little extra red–much like another notable red-tailed comet. Amateur astronomers, this 8th-magnitude comet is an easy target for backyard telescopes. Look for it after sunset near the handle of the Big Dipper

Huemac of the Strong Hands (another name for Quetzalcoatl) the young god is Quetzalcoatl, the original comet figure who is also called Huemac, the god of the wind. Other natural elements found as attributes of Quetzalcoatl are: Son of White Cloud, Serpent, whirling wind and a strange element that states: “when he walked he shook fire from his sandals.” This was thought to be “emblematic of lightning.” However, except for the Dragon/Serpent that was the comet, serpents crawl actually craw; along the ground.