Comaid gyn famman as ennym Manninagh er
Ta sorçh noa dy red niauagh er ny enmys lurg Mannin liorish y sleih hooar eh.
Skimmee ass Ollooscoil Hawaii, hooar ad asteroid chreggagh as dorraghey goll mygeayrt y ghrian, va famman bwonnagh dy yoan echey.
Va C/2014S3 feddynit hoght mee jeig er dy henney ec y çhellescoyp Pan-STARRS, as ghow fir-ronsee yindys nagh row famman sollys echey.
Karen Meech ass yn olloscoill, dooyrt ee dy row ad cur eddin rish gra 'comaid varroo, foddee' rish - gys hug fer jeh'n skimmee eck y far-ennym 'comaid Vanninagh' er, lurg y stubbin ard-ghooagh.
Manx name for no-tail comet
A new class of celestial body has been named after the Isle of Man by its discoverers.
A team from the University of Hawaii spotted a dark, rocky asteroid in an orbit around the sun that had a stubby tale made of dust.
C/2014S3 was spotted 18 months ago by the Pan-STARRS telescope, and researchers were struck by its lack of a bright tail.
Karen Meech from the university says they were faced with calling it a 'potentially dead comet' - until one of her team nicknamed it a 'Manx comet' after the tailless cat.