Ray: Found this in prophecy book. It relates to the comet/star confirmation.

1028. Prophecy given to Raymond Aguilera on 10 April 1997 at 12:27 AM. in Spanish.

...Man seeks the things of man, but I am going to show you the things that no one else has ever seen or heard.  For you have to write the things of the Spirit, what you see, what you dream.  I told you about the star before it happened; I told you to look to the sky years before it happened.  And people are now just beginning to see - what I showed you years ago.  They got frightened - like you were frightened when I showed you the star that hit the world, and still to this day, they make fun of you...

Ron

August 8, 1997

Comet Hale-Bopp Over Val Parola Pass Credit:

A. Dimai (Col Druscie Obs.), AAC

Explanation: Comet Hale-Bopp became much brighter than any surrounding stars. It was seen even over bright city lights. Out away from city lights, however, it put on quite a spectacular show. Here Comet Hale-Bopp was photographed above Val Parola Pass in the Dolomite mountains surrounding Cortina d'Ampezzo, Italy. Comet Hale-Bopp's blue ion tail was created when fast moving particles from the solar wind struck expelled ions from the comet's nucleus. The white dust tail is composed of larger particles of dust and ice expelled by the nucleus that orbit behind the comet. Observations showed that Comet Hale-Bopp's nucleus spins about once every 12 hours.

http://antwrp.gsfc.nasa.gov/apod/ap950714.html

Comet Impacts on Jupiter Picture Credit: NASA, Hubble Space Telescope

Explanation: In July of 1994, pieces of Comet Shoemaker-Levy 9, also known as the "string of pearls" comet, collided with the planet Jupiter. As the comet fragments smashed in to Jupiter, the resulting explosions scattered large quantities of dusty cometary debris into the Jovian atmosphere. The clouds of debris created the multiple dark smudges visible in this picture. Jupiter's rotation causes the successive impact sites to be strung out along the cloud bands while the strong winds cause the appearance of the smudges to change with time. Jupiter's famous red spot is also visible to the left of center.