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a relatively small extraterrestrial body consisting of a frozen mass that travels around the sun in a highly elliptical orbit
  • He'd never grown immune to the comet tail of double takes and curious glances he dragged behind him, but tonight it felt unbearable.
    p. 63.3
  • The numbness that had set in during the long walk from her cell to the launch deck melted away like an icy comet passing the sun, leaving a faint trail of hope in its wake.
    p. 30.1
  • For the comet?
    p. 120.9
  • "There's a comet on track to pass right by the ship—the closest any has come since the Colony was founded."
    p. 121.1
  • She'd been trying on gowns for two hours, and they were no closer to picking one for the comet viewing party than when they'd started.
    p. 162.5
  • She saw the comet viewing party as the perfect moment for Glass to reenter Phoenix society, armed with the official pardon and dressed to perfection.
    p. 162.9
  • Just a reminder about the comet viewing, as if we could forget!
    p. 164.3
  • The Council had approved the exception, and for the first time anyone could remember, the Earthmade instruments were taken from their preservation chambers and carried carefully to the observation deck for the comet viewing party.
    p. 266.4
  • There was no designated observation deck on Walden, but there were a number of corridors with small windows on the starboard side, where the comet was expected to make its appearance.
    p. 268.6
  • Are you excited for the comet?
    p. 269.2
  • The comet was due to appear any moment now.
    p. 269.8
  • Instead of fading away like most comets, it grew larger, the tail expanding as it blazed through space.
    p. 270.1
  • The crowd's anxious murmurs bubbled into exclamations of astonishment as the comet swept up and above the ship in a blaze of fire.
    p. 270.9
  • "Yes," she said simply, because there was nothing else to say, nothing else to do but put on the locket and kiss the boy she loved so much it hurt, as behind them the comet streaked the sky with gold.
    p. 272.9
  • Before the launch, he'd heard of a comet passing, which would've been pretty spectacular to see from the ship.
    p. 273.9
  • If he'd counted correctly, then the comet was meant to appear tonight.
    p. 274.1
  • The comet erupted across the sky, a streak of gold against the glittering silver, brightening everything around it, even the ground.
    p. 274.9
  • As the comet's trail faded into blackness, Bellamy hurried back down the slope, eager to get back before Octavia woke up and realized he'd gone.
    p. 277.3
  • Most of the people who'd assembled to watch the comet were heading back to their residential units on the lower decks, making it difficult to move toward the skybridge.
    p. 287.4
  • "What were you doing near the bridge?" her mother asked, then blinked, taking in the clothes Glass had changed into after the comet viewing party.
    p. 291.7

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