It would also help to stay away from bright lights since these could affect the visibility of comet NEOWISE.
Instead, the comet, known officially as C/2020 F3 (NEOWISE) - or just comet Neowise for short - is providing an unexpected bright spot in the lives of quarantined astronomers.
Comet NEOWISE is receiving rave evaluations from astronomers that have viewed it this 7 days. He cautions that we have the common uncertainty of how very long the comet will be seen. The comet will reveal itself to you, seemingly climbing higher and higher in altitude through the weekend. But on Monday, NEOWISE tipped into the write-up-sunset sky and has even been spotted by men and women residing in the vicinity of city facilities with all the mild pollution.
Star gazers are in for a treat this month, as a comet that won't reappear for 6,800 years will be visible in United Kingdom skies.
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Weather conditions will improve across much of the Northeast and into Ontario and Quebec on Friday, giving skywatchers the opportunity to kick off the weekend with sightings of Comet NEOWISE.
A few more things that might blow your mind about this comet. It is estimated that it formed almost 4.6 billion years ago! Neowise, as it's been informally named after the telescope, formed from a chunk of ancient ice from the outer solar system.
"It looks at first like a little fuzzy dot, and then you'll notice that it has this long streaky tail sticking off of it", she says.
NEOWISE has two tails seen. In all likelihood, another comet will glow in the night sky before Halley's return, but stargazers will need to be patient and wait for the next comet to emerge from the depths of space.
"The upper tail is the ion tail, which is made up of gases that have been ionized by losing electrons in the sun's intense light". The very least we can do is wave goodbye! There might be apparent skies Saturday night and Sunday night, but it is far more iffy because of to achievable thunderstorms.