September 13, 2010 by staff 

Aristotle, Recently it was discovered that Halley’s comet was first discovered by the ancient Greeks. This finding is based on accounts of ancient authors.

Aristotle, one of the authors famour and student of Plato, wrote about the event in his Meteorology. Comet Halley mentioned about a century after it happened. Mentioned in the work at the same time that the meteorite fell, “a comet was visible in the west.”

Aristotle was the teacher of Alexander the Great. He also wrote that comets, as shown, were a type of issue that rose from the earth to heaven. He added that it may be part of the sky as the heavens were perfect and orderly at the time.

Ancient writers said that between 446 BC and 467 BC, a large meteorite crashed into the north of Greece. He also said to be a comet in the sky when the meteorite fell to Earth.

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