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+ - Comet lights up the night sky->

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DragonFire1024 writes "Comet burst visible without telescope. If you've noticed a fuzzy yellowish object at night in the northeast sky, immediately to the left of the constellation Perseus, that's because it is the Comet Holmes which has suddenly got brighter in what scientists say is "absolutely unprecedented" in comet research."
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