Kazuo Kinoshita's calculation revealed that it passes close by Jupiter
and the orbit changes frequently. In 20th and 21st century, the
perihelion distance changes between 1.2 A.U. and 1.6 A.U. It comes
closer to the sun in some appearances, but it does not in other cases.
Due to the approach to the Jupiter in 2001, the perihelion distance
was increased from 1.45 A.U. to 1.57 A.U. Then the comet became
fainter by 2 mag in spite of the difference of only 0.12 A.U.
It will be the farthest period of this comet after this until 2069. On
the other hand, the perihelion distance will be reduced down to 1.2
A.U. and it will be in the closest period in late 21st century,