British astronomers are locked in fight over £400,000 fortune of stargazer who discovered a comet

British stargazers are locked in a bizarre court fight over the £400,000 fortune of a celebrated astronomer who left everything to his ‘best mate’ in his will – but didn’t say who that was.

Amateur astronomer Roy Panther found national fame in 1980 when he discovered a comet with a home-made telescope from his suburban semi.

The discovery earned him a mention in the record books and he also featured on long-running BBC astronomy show ‘The Sky at Night’ when he was interviewed by Sir Patrick…

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