These images were taken with the Hubble telescope's new camera's on January 24-27, 1994. In the upper image, 20 nuclei are visible with one slightly outside of the field-of-view (to the right). Each nucleus has its own coma and tail. The fourth nucleus from the left (the first bright one) is apparently starting to separate into at least two pieces. The width and height of this image project to distances of 605,000 kilometers (376,000 miles) and 126,500 kilometers (78,600 miles), respectively, at the comet.
The lower left and right parts of the screen show the region near the brightest nucleus at higher resolution. To the left is the new image from the corrected camera, while the image to the right shows old data from the aberrated camera.