Halley’s comet:

A well-known comet named in honor of the English astronomer Edmund Halley (1656-1742), who plotted its path and predicted its return. Halley’s comet returns every 75 or 76 years. It was last seen from Earth without a telescope in 1986.

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Home from School? I am Reading Aloud

What a strange time this is for many of us…..home from work and home from school. It is a big adjustment, and I know many of you are missing your friends and your normal routine. Still, it is wise to…

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