Komet is the word for comet in some languages and may refer to:
In the military:
- Messerschmitt Me 163 "Komet", the first rocket-powered manned aircraft
- German auxiliary cruiser Komet, a ship in World War II
- Raduga KS-1 Komet, a Soviet anti-ship missile
- HMAS Una, a Royal Australian Navy sloop, formerly the German motor launch Komet
- Dornier Komet, a family of aircraft manufactured in Germany in the 1920s
- Komet (American automobile), made only in 1911
- Komet (German automobile), produced between 1922 and 1924
- Kochi MetroKOMET, Metro Rail in Kochi, India
- Komet, one of two DB Class VT 10.5 trains
- SC Komet Berlin, a Berlin sports club from the late 1890s to the late 1930s
- TuS Komet Arsten, a German football club established in 2006
- Fort Wayne Komets, a minor league ice hockey team
- Gürkan Coşkun (born 1941), a Turkish painter
- Frank Bretschneider (born 1956), a German electronic musician
The Komet was an American automobile manufactured only in 1911. A four-cylinder car, it was built by Sterling of Elkhart, Indiana.
Category:Defunct motor vehicle manufacturers of the United States Category:Companies based in Elkhart County, Indiana
The Komet was a German automobile manufactured from 1922 until 1924 by Komet Autofabrik Buchmann & Co of Leisnig. It was later made by another company as the Kenter, it had a 1060 cc Steudel engine.
The Komet ( German for The Comet) is an international overnight express train service between Germany and Switzerland. Its name reflects the notion that the Comet train and an actual comet can both be described as travelling through the night at high speed. It has been in operation since 1954. It became a EuroCity (EC) service upon the launch of the EC network in 1987. It has been categorised as CityNightLine service since the mid-1990s.