The Great January Comet of 1910
The Great January Comet of 1910, also known as C/1910 A1, 1910 I, 1910a and Daylight Comet, is a comet in space that passed by Earth on January 12th, 1910. The Great Comet of 1910 passes by Earth around every 57,300 Years. The Great Comet of 1910 is believed to have been the brightest comet of the 1900s AD, even outshining Venus at points. According to calculations, The Great Comet of 1910 will pass by Earth again in 59,210 AD.
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