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snipThe best comet I ever saw was while visiting my relatives in Boise Idaho,
Easter week of 1957. It lay right across the zenith in the early
nighttime. The tail was at least 30 degrees long and easily naked-eye
remember seeing this comet, and if so, did it have a name?
The temp here last night was -15 F and the sky was full of blowing snow, so
Hyakutake continues to be a small fuzzball as far as we are concerned --
no one wants to stay outside long enuf to become dark adapted. Margaret
Clarke in Duluth. email@example.com
Here is the Challenge Can you help her out?