plural Pumikas (especially collectively),
originally from Egyptian Arabic: بومیکا
The exact moment in which a comet reaches a point in its trajectory where it is as close as possible to the sun without combusting as a result of its heat.
First documented by early Egyptian astronomers (5th millennium B.C.E), this rare phenomenon is considered rare (less than once in a millennium), and is characterized by a spectacle of multicolored lights in the comet’s tail.
Ancient egyptian: “Bhumika“; 5000 B.C.E.
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