I don’t usually get a chance to follow this type of stuff, but hopefully I’ll be able to see something of this from South-East Asia.

Insights & More

By Sally Appert
Epoch Times Staff

Our solar system is expecting a visitor called Comet Pan-STARRS, which might be visible in the evening sky during most of March.

Pan-STARRS came from the Oort Cloud, the enormous cloud of comets that surrounds our solar system. It contains ice and dust that have been frozen for billions of years, never having a chance to melt until now.

The comet has never been near the sun before, so scientists aren’t sure how it will react. Most of them estimate that it will be as bright as the stars in the Big Dipper.

“But prepare to be surprised,” said researcher Karl Battams in a NASA article. “A new comet from the Oort Cloud is always an unknown quantity equally capable of spectacular displays or dismal failures.”

As the comet is quite close to the sun, it should produce plenty of dust and therefore…

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About DragonDon

Having a love of travel has lead me to move to South Korea in 2010. Moving to an Eastern culture from a Western culture is a wild experience and there is never a dull day!
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