Green comet?

eastisbest

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I thought this was going to be another superhero movie thread. Northeastern works pretty good for us. Nothing but the lake. Other than a few large grows in Canada thowing light on the horizon, not a lot of light in that direction.
 

Zunardo

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I thought this was going to be another superhero movie thread. Northeastern works pretty good for us. Nothing but the lake. Other than a few large grows in Canada thowing light on the horizon, not a lot of light in that direction.
Yeah, I had that same thought after I saw how the thread looked in the queue! I'll use "atmospheric phenomenae" in the future.
 

Zunardo

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Amazed at how many of these "events" we've been able to see in our lifetime
Halley's comet was a complete letdown, but I was happy to see Hayakutake and Hale-Bopp in person. Plus a decent meteor shower, and a total solor eclipse. The only thing left on my list is the Northern Lights in person.
 

OhioBobcatFan06

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Many comets are actually alien spy drones. Very difficult to distinguish the fakes from the real thing. Need more military funding in this area
 

Gardens35

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^^^
Our local news reported that the best time to see it will be before sunrise on February 1 and 2, in the North to Northwest Sky. A dull greenish glow visible to the naked eye (if sky is clear), will need a telescope to see the tail.
 
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