While astronomers and scientists are interested in meteorites crossing the sky and waiting to capture these magnificent sights, comets are considered unlucky in many parts of the world. However, no scientific basis has ever been laid out behind it, but in history civilizations used to gaze at the sky and keep an eye out for times to come.
Beliefs related to comets
Comets appearing before disasters are under discussion again when a scientist insists on seeing NEOWISE Comet before the corona virus outbreak. Astronomer Paul Truelv says that when comet NEOWISE was seen in March, there was a discussion that something bad has happened or is about to happen. They said earlier it was claimed that if Halo was seen around the moon and there was a planet in it then there was loot.
When and what happened
A similar comet was observed four months after the death of Julius Caesar in 44 BC. The year 1066 saw Halley’s famous comet before King Harold’s defeat at the Battle of Hastings. The large comet was seen after the death of Pope Urban IV in 1264, almost 200 years later. It is said that on the day the comet was sighted the Pope fell ill, and on the day he left the Pope died.
Crown war this year
In recent centuries, the association of the comet with the birth and death of famous writer Mark Twain is also reported. Halley’s Comet was seen the night he was born and the year he died, the year he was also seen. Truelv says no bright comets have been seen for a long time and NEOWISE has come this year, even at a time when Kovid-19 has engulfed the whole world.