Comet is expected to pass by Mars next year

02/26/2013 | New Scientist

A comet is hurtling toward Mars and could pass the Red Planet in October 2014. Astronomers estimate it will pass Mars at a distance of nearly 560,000 miles. The comet should be visible next to Mars through small telescopes.

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