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The girl wore a shirt embossed with a kitten, dancing among stars and comets like so many pieces of celestial thread.
Thousands of miles away in Idaho, Matthew Knight hopes to use the darkness to scan for comets using just his eyes — covered by sun-filtering safety glasses when necessary, of course.
In 2014, a group of scientists were using some of the spacecraft on Mars to try and study a comet interacting with the Martian atmosphere.
Marty Pearl, Special to the CJ Lamar Jackson came onto the scene like a comet.
Kerry Hyder was the comet on the Lions' defensive front last year, rising from training-camp longshot to the team leader in sacks.
There were some immediate casualties, but the real death toll came from the fact that the comet made the an increasingly less habitable place for a lot of species.
Destroyer Culver City, $-$$ At this indoor-outdoor daytime spot (named after a comet), Jordan Kahn rigorously imprints a Nordic aesthetic on his vegetable-forward California café menu.
This will be Tebow’s only appearance in Central Florida, and the Fire Frogs aren’t about to let the comet pass them by.
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