“Can I stay for the rest of your life? I want to open my eyes and see you until the last day.” At this moment it is undeniable that her colleague’s “Halley’s Comet” has become a popular love song throughout the city. In addition to the romance in the words one very interesting thing is the story of Halley’s comet replacing what one desires in their love life
Halley’s Comet will come into orbit for us to see with the naked eye every 75-76 years. If you were to lie down and look at the stars next to each other, that means the two have been together for almost their entire lives. (The current average human lifespan is 77 years.) Some consider Halley’s Comet romantic. It’s like meeting lovers who keep coming back to each other, no matter how long they’ve been apart.
The electric train is coming to you.
Thai films have also dealt with this story. As in the story, the electric train is coming to you. There was a conversation between Uncle and Mei Li and the couple arranged to come and see the comet together when it orbited back to Earth.
But back then it was the symbol of romance it is today and before we knew it, it was coming back to us every 76 years. Halley’s Comet was once considered a sign of bad luck. That would bring disaster to humanity, be it disease, war or death. Why is it viewed this way? Who will unlock its secrets? Let’s go back in time and look at the origin of this comet.
Halley’s Comet Is it a symbol of bad luck?
“Ignorance and superstition have made Halley’s Comet a symbol of bad luck.” The first recorded appearance of Halley’s Comet dates back to the first century BC. With records from China records from the Babylonians
Let us first understand that in the past there were objects in the sky such as the sun, moon or comets that would be linked to beliefs about gods with different omens.
Since ancient Greek times, comets have been associated with bad luck. People believed that comets would bring death. Various disasters have befallen humanity, and they have been linked to several events, including the death of a king after the appearance of a comet. , defeat the war
Doraemon Halley’s Comet episode
This belief has been passed down and has become a popular myth in many cultures. Even in the popular anime Doraemon, it’s the episode where Nobita and Doraemon go back in time to see Nobita’s great-grandfather when he was young. It is mentioned in the cartoon that Halley’s Comet will pass near Earth. This will run out of air within 5 minutes, and you should prepare your bike tires to collect air for breathing or practice holding your breath for more than 5 minutes.
But ignorance is what led to the emergence of these beliefs. It was debunked and proven with scientific principles by Edmund Halley (Edmund Halley).
Edmund Halley, discoverer of the mysterious comet
Edmund Halley, an English astronomer, studied and examined recorded reports of comets. He found that comets are similar in their rotations, brightness, and appearance. Everything looked similar. He thought it was the same star.
Use principles and theories of calculation such as gravity, orbits, and motion. Until he confirmed that it was the same star, he predicted its return again in 1758, but Halley himself died in 1742 and did not wait to see the comet. It does not prove that what he thought was true.
Finally, in 1758, this comet actually returned for all to see, even though Edmund Halley was unable to see it with his own eyes. But people realized and saw with their own eyes that what they believed was true. So Comet Halley was named in his honor.
Why is Halley’s Comet clearly visible?
Halley’s Comet is made of water. CO2 The dust and ammonia are about 15 km x 8 km in size, and when heated by the sun they form a beam of light, and a long tail, beautiful as we can see.
Halley’s Comet is a comet that many people consider to be a symbol of romance. It was last seen in 1986, and is expected to be visible again in 2604. Hopefully we can all see Halley’s Comet together.
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