There’s a lot of excitement about Comet ISON, which might become a very bright comet, visible across the globe, by the end of 2013. Meanwhile, a fainter comet – called PANSTARRS – is being seen nightly now in skies around the world by those who know where to look, and especially if you use binoculars. The comet is low in the west after sunset – near the moon on March 12 and March 13.
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Pictures from the Buffalo snow from photographer Bryan LeFauve
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Fun Thanksgiving Song!
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Hope to a Grieving Family
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How To Steal A Chainsaw
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Jim has had his cell number for years?