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Vintage Space Poster - Halley's Comet. This poster shall one day adorn my study. Where I shall read books and smoke bubble pipes

I remember this so clearly. My parents made a big deal about it, and we watched at the windmill on Nantucket with a bunch of friends. Probably one of my earliest memories.

Astrophotography Halleys Comet 1986, via Flickr.

Vintage Space Poster - Halley's Comet ($20-50) - Svpply

Halley's Comet by James W. Young, resident astronomer of JPL's Table Mtn Observatory in the San Bernardino Mtns, using the 24-in reflective telescope, 1/13/1986. Streaks caused by the exposure time are stars in Aquarius. Visible in the photo are the coma of gases & about 450,000 mi of the charged ion tail

Comet Lovejoy by Cdr Dan Burbank @astrocoastie, on launch day. One of the first who spotted it. by André Kuipers, via Flickr

Comet Lovejoy -Photographed Dec. 22, 2011 by NASA astronaut Dan Burbank while on board the International Space Station.

Comet ISON's magnificent tail--16 million km! Photo credit: Michael Jäger of Ebenwaldhöhe, Austria on 17 November, 2013.

Halley’s Comet, 1910 Holy Crap could you see my whole upstairs ceiling done like this. Talk about an awsome sensory room

'Halley's Comet' & 'Enckee's Comet' from The Phenomena and Order of the Solar System, c. 1843.