Why are total solar eclipses very interesting to comet observers?

There is a whole class of comets with a very small perihelion distance. Far from the Sun, they can be very faint, but near the perihelion their brightness increases greatly, often reaching negative magnitudes. At this time, they are close to the Sun, and during a total solar eclipse, there is the only opportunity to find these comets using conventional optics.

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