April Fools Day Comet Will Come Closer To Earth Than It Has Since Discovery

A comet is getting closer to Earth than it ever has before, and that's no joke. The Comet 41 P/Tuttle-Giacombini-Kresák will be as close as 13.2 million miles from our planet between now and Monday, April 3rd. It will be closest tomorrwo (Saturday, April 1st), but even then you likely won't be able to see it with the came around was May of 1973, when it appeared 10,000 times brighter than normal-- a mystery that has yet to be explained.naked eye. Space.com says stargazers in the Northern Hemisphere should look through a small telescope or binoculars to see the comet. The last time this comet

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