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Astronomers just discovered a comet that could be brighter than most stars when we see it next year. Or will it?

By Jonti Horner, Professor (Astrophysics), University of Southern Queensland
The newly discovered comet C/2023 A3 Tsuchinshan-ATLAS is anticipated to be spectacularly bright late next year. But it’s important to temper our expectations.The Conversation

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