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Comet in Our Solar System

Comets within our Solar System is becoming a commonality. Comets have some scientist creating phrases such as "potentially harzardous".  It was such a phrase said to describe Comet c/2013 US 10.
Comet c/2013 US 10 also called Comet Catelina.

Comet Catelina C/2013 US10 A great Photo taken in Japan December 4, 2015

OCTOBER 31, 2013

According to Wikepedia, Comet Catelina or:

C/2013 US10 (Catalina) is an Oort cloudcomet discovered on 31 October 2013 by the Catalina Sky Survey at an apparent magnitude  of 19 using a 0.68-meter (27 in) Schmidt–Cassegrain telescope.[1]
As of September 2015the comet is around apparent magnitude 6.[6]
DECEMBER 12 , 2015
The news internet reporting that C/2013 US10 (Catalina), will bring 120 meteors per hour and 29 fireballs around DECEMBER 12 , 2015.  The description of the. Comet orbiting the solar system is over 500,000 miles or 800,000 km long.

C/2013 US10 (Catalina) Visibility
There has been speculation of ufo reports that have some thi…