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2024/04/02

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The article discusses the recent discovery of a new comet that has been named "C/2021 A1 Leonard". The comet was first spotted by two astronomers, Greg Leonard and Nicolas Erasmus, using a telescope in Arizona. It is currently on a collision course with Mars and is expected to pass close to the planet in early 2024. The comet is estimated to be about 40 kilometers wide and is traveling at a speed of 25 kilometers per second. 

Scientists are excited about this discovery as it provides an opportunity to study the comet up close and gather valuable information about its composition and behavior.

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It is rare for a comet of this size to come so close to a planet, making this event even more significant. Researchers are already making plans to observe the comet using various telescopes and instruments in order to learn as much as possible before it makes its closest approach to Mars. This discovery opens up new possibilities for studying comets and their impact on other celestial bodies in our solar system.

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