Halley's Comet. Photograph by James Balog in 1986. The return of Halley's Comet in my lifetime was not as spectacular as it was in 1910. I did not see it myself, the weather was overcast  for most of the period it could be seen in my part of the world.

Photograph by James Balog in The return of Halley's Comet in my lifetime was not as spectacular as it was in I did not see it myself, the weather was overcast for most of the period it could be seen in my part of the world.

Haley's Comet in the Night Sky. Frank Zullo photography taken above the Crater Range in southern Arizona in 1986.

Halley's Comet in Night Sky with Saguaro Cactus. Frank Zullo photograph taken above the Crater Range in southern Arizona in

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Comet Halley This is an image of comet Halley. Comet Halley takes about 76 years to orbit the sun once.

An image of Halley's Comet taken in 1986. Credit: NASA

Halley’s Comet, the parent of the May Eta Aquarid and October Orionid meteor showers. Dust from this comet will streak the nighttime as Eta Aquarid meteors on the mornings of May 5 and

ucresearch:  A view of Halley’s Comet from the Lick Observatory on June 6, 1910

Halley's Comet: view from Lick Observatory, June 1910 :: Lick Observatory Records Digital Archive

Living on a Comet: 'Dirty Snowball' Facts Explained (Infographic) By Karl Tate, Infographics Artist Halley's Comet, a dusty ball of ice and frozen gases, spends most of its time in the chilly outland of the solar system. See what it would be like to live on a comet in this infographic.

Living on a Comet: 'Dirty Snowball' Facts Explained (Infographic) By Karl Tate…

This portion of the Bayeux Tapestry shows Halley's Comet during its appearance in 1066. <br />

Halley's Comet appeared at the Battle of Hastings in 1066 (Bayeux Tapestry).

Halleys Comet, as seen in May 1986. Credit and copyright: Bob King.

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