Why do you not use the plural form of 'hay' when the subject 'muchas cometas' is plural?
In Spanish this works differently to the English "there is- there are". We have one single form which is used for both singular and plural.
Hay una casa. (There is a house.)
Hay muchas casas. (There are lots of houses.)
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