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1 Comet 'bopps' in for viewers to 'hale'
Northern Iowan 93:46, p.3
4/1/1997 Hale-Bopp comet can be viewed in northwest sky.
2 Unanswered questions
Northern Iowan 93:46, p.6
4/1/1997 Comments on mass suicide in California in correspondence with Hale-Bopp comet visit.
3 Watching the comet Hale-Bopp
Public Relations News Release 1996:326, p.1
3/25/1997 Professor Hockey discusses best times to view the comet Hale-Bopp.
4 Observatory open to view Hale-Bopp comet
Campus News Network 7:15, p.3
3/24/1997 Hillside Observatory will be open March 24-26 for public to view comet.
5 The University of Northern Iowa's hillside observatory will open for Comet Hale-Bopp viewing March 24-26
Public Relations News Release 1996:314, p.1
3/18/1997 UNI's Hillside Observatory will be open three days to view Comet Hale-Bopp.
6 It's a bird, it's a plane . . . .
Northern Iowan 92:46, p.1
4/2/1996 Photo of comet Hyakutake.
7 Comet Hyakutake to be viewed at local observatory
Northern Iowan 92:44, p.3
3/15/1996 Opportunity to see comet.
8 Comet hunter visits campus this Friday
Northern Iowan 92:17, p.5
10/24/1995 David Levy will talk about comets.
9 UNI earth science seminar Monday (April 21) to feature pictures of 'Comet Halley'
Public Relations News Release 1986:373, p.1
4/16/1986 Kelsey will present details of the UNI trip dubbed "UNI Comet Chase '86" that traveled to Big Bend National Park in Texas; the group was able to view Halley's comet every night; the presentation will feature slides and movies taken of Comet Halley.
10 Trip focused on comet
Northern Iowan 82:49, p.5
4/11/1986 Students and faculty talk about their trip to Big Bend; photo.
11 Halley's comet focus for this year's UNI earth science field trip
Public Relations News Release 1986:342, p.1
4/4/1986 Most of the past trips have focused on geologic studies, but this trip was more astrological; twelve students traveled with Hoff and Kelsey to Big Bend National Park in Texas; students made T-shirts for the trip and named the trip "UNI comet chase '86".
12 Early risers can view Halley's comet
Northern Iowan 82:41, p.13
3/7/1986 UNI Hillside Observatory offers students the opportunity to observe Halley's comet.
13 Group going south for once-in-a-lifetime view
Wheeler--Rebecca (Class of 1987; English Faculty)
Northern Iowan 82:41, p.15
3/7/1986 Astronomy students work on class projects hoping to learn as much as they can about Halley's comet; will travel to Texas to observe comet.
14 Weather permitting, Comet Halley to be available for viewing from UNI hillside observatory in early March
Public Relations News Release 1986:276, p.1
2/25/1986 The observatory will be open in the early morning hours to provide a chance to see the comet; it can also be seen will binoculars; the observatory hotline gives instructions on where to look in the sky to see Halley.
15 Upcoming arrival of Halley's Comet sparks interest
Northern Iowan 81:39, p.8
3/1/1985 Darrell Hoff talks about the upcoming phenomenon.
16 Kohoutek not as predicted; media plays up comet
Carel--Barbara J. (Class of 1975)
Northern Iowan 70:28, p.1
1/15/1974 Professor Hoff talks about observing the comet.
17 Bright comet may be seen in Iowa soon
Public Relations News Release 1969:426, p.1
3/18/1970 Professor Roemer speaks at UNI to talk about the 'Bennett' comet which will appear around March 25th.
18 Comets a popular theme; Professors Cable and Begeman give interesting talk before Science Club
Normal Eyte 20:30, p.496
4/27/1910 With approach of Halley's Comet, people are interested in comets in general.
19 The M'Arey Nat. Hist. Association
Normal Eyte 2:15, p.122
1/7/1893 Would like fragments of recent comet.
20 Numerous warnings
Normal Eyte 2:13, p.103
12/6/1892 Watching for approach of comet.

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