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Gardner-Webb University’s Dr. Don Olive invites astronomy enthusiasts and the public at large to look to the skies for a rare event. A couple of significant comets will be entering viewing range of Earth soon, with the first of the two scheduled for the first full week of March. “If you have binoculars at your house, you should be able to catch a glimpse of Comet PanSTARRS as early as Tuesday (March 5), said Olive, associate professor of physics and director of the Williams Observatory at GWU.
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Office of University Communications, "Gardner-Webb Professor Urges Community to Look to the Skies" (2013). Gardner-Webb NewsCenter Archive. 1714.