Some articles on comets, comet:
... There is no accepted viticultural impact of comets on grapevines, and there have been many successful vintages throughout the world in years where there were no noticeable comet sightings ... a great number of events and phenomena have been attributed to the appearances of comets in the sky—such as devastating earthquakes, a 1668 epidemic ... While many of the phenomena associated with comets tend to be negative, the association of comets and wine has almost always been held as beneficial by viticulturists and ...
... The Clinton Comets were an American ice hockey team in Clinton, New York ... as the Clinton Hockey Club and nicknamed the Comets in 1949, the team played primarily at the Clinton Arena from 1949 until 1973 ... of the start of World War II, as well as the hopes of Comets players Wilfred Goering and Art Scoones who were trying out for the Olympic team ...
... There are a number of reasons why a comet might be missed by astronomers during subsequent apparitions ... that the interaction of the planets with a comet can move its orbit too far from the Earth to be seen or even eject it from the Solar System, as is believed to have happened in the case of Lexell's Comet ... As some comets periodically undergo "outbursts" or flares in brightness, it may be possible for an intrinsically faint comet to be discovered during an ...
... Alexander was the owner of the WNBA's Houston Comets ... The Comets won the league's first 4 WNBA championships from 1997 to 2000 ... The Comets folded a year later ...
... Bill Haley His Comets - Shake, Rattle and Roll (1954) Bill Haley His Comets - Rock-A-Beatin' Boogie (1955) Bill Haley His Comets - Crazy, Man, Crazy (1953) Bill Haley ...
Famous quotes containing the word comets:
No answer to the childrens cry
Of echos answer and the man of frost
And ghostly comets over the raised fists.”
—Dylan Thomas (19141953)
“When beggars die there are no comets seen;
The heavens themselves blaze forth the death of princes.”
—William Shakespeare (15641616)
“The novel is not a crazy quilt of bits; it is a logical sequence of psychological events: the movements of stars may seem crazy to the simpleton, but wise men know the comets come back.”
—Vladimir Nabokov (18991977)