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The Midnight - Comet


I could bе a comet, floating through space'Cause being lost in you is the best placeLet's go back to where we startedI'll be right here, just follow the lightLet me burn through your atmosphereI burn for you




The Midnight - Comet



I could be a comet, floating through space'Cause being lost in you is the best placeLet's go back to where we startedI'll be right here, just follow the lightLet me burn through your atmosphereI burn for you


I'll be like a comet floating in your space'Cause being lost in you, I'll be lost for daysLet's go back to where we startedI'll be right here, just follow the lightLet me burn through your atmosphereI burn for you


At Tara's house to take her to the prom, she tells Winston that her losing a bet on a football game is why she has to go to prom with the flattered but clueless nerd Winston. Her police officer father warns him to take care of his one and only daughter and to have her home by midnight.


In Southern Utah, the shower will be visible shortly after midnight Friday, when its radiant point rises above the horizon to the east, and will remain active until dawn breaks shortly after 7 a.m, according to planetary.org.


Discovered just two months ago by amateur astronomer Masayuki Iwamoto, Comet Iwamoto is an icy body that orbits the sun in a highly elliptical path that takes 1,371 years to complete. After this encounter, the comet won't be back until the year 3390, so check it out while you can!


The comet is now visible in the evening sky with binoculars and small telescopes, and the best times to look for it will be on Tuesday and Wednesday nights (Feb. 12 to 13), according to the skywatching site EarthSky.org. After this close approach, comet watchers will need more powerful telescopes to keep an eye on the comet as it fades out of view on its way back out to the farthest reaches of the solar system.


"Shining with an astronomical magnitude of +6.5, the comet is invisible to the unaided eye. Nevertheless, it will be an easy target for backyard telescopes in the nights ahead as it glides through the constellation Leo the Lion high in the midnight sky," Spaceweather.com reports.


Editor's note: If you have an amazing comet photo you'd like to share with us and our news partners for a possible story or gallery, please send your images and comments to spacephotos@space.com.


The third annual Comets Giving Day will take place Tuesday, April 2 from 6 a.m. to midnight. The 18-hour event provides UT Dallas alumni and supporters opportunities to support any area of the University via online gifts. 041b061a72


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