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ISU Planetarium show explores man's view of comets

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NORMAL -- A new show at the Illinois State University Planetarium examines mankind's view of comets throughout history.

The university says the show, "On the Tail of a Comet," explores mankind's fear of and fascination with the celestial bodies soaring across the sky.

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The university says it also explains the true nature of what some ancient societies and cultures considered a harbinger of doom.

The show will run on weekends starting Friday and continuing through Nov. 16.

Show times are Fridays at 7:30 p.m. and Saturdays at 2 p.m. There will be no programs Oct. 18 or Oct. 26.

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