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Utahns should be able to see Comet Pan-STARRS low in western horizon

Viewing party » The Salt Lake Astronomical Society will let people look through its large telescope Wednesday evening.


First Published Mar 11 2013 01:01 am • Last Updated Mar 11 2013 02:38 pm

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