Newly spotted comet to buzz Mars in 2014
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#1 Feb 26, 2013
Hopefully there will be no collision as the space rock bears close watching.
Reminds me again of old dreams or visions from childhood where people on Guam + around the World were looking up into tyhe sky at horrific explosions occurring on our Moon [Comet APOPHIS 2029-2036].
I've never gotten a satisfactory explanation to iff Comet Shoemaker-Levy 9's 1994 impact on Jupiter, ostensibly described on the MSM as "Earth-sized" impacts + explosions, might had thrown chunks of the planet into Jupiter's high orbit/atmosphere, ultimately to escape + venture out into deep space towards Earth???
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