This March 2, 2013 photo made available by spaceweather.com shows the comet, Pan-STARRS, seen from Queenstown, New Zealand.
Next, the comet, left, is visible with a crescent moon in the western sky after sunset over Westminster, Md. Tuesday, March 12, 2013. The cometís name is actually an acronym for the telescope in Hawaii used to discover it two years ago: the Panoramic Survey Telescope and Rapid Response System. It will be visible in the Northern Hemisphere for weeks to come.
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