Ok star gazers, to help bring cosmic merriment to your Memorial Day weekend comet SW3 will be passing by Earth on Monday night/Tuesday morning. First discovered in 1930, it has broken up into over 60 pieces and could potentially create a meteor shower spawning up to 1000 shooting stars an hour. This also corresponds with the new moon, so nighttime visibility should be perfect. Of course, astronomers say there is just as good a chance that it might be a total bust. Either way, a good excuse to lie on your back Monday night and watch the sky.