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Don't Miss The Rare Chance To Spot The Comet Neowise In July, It Wont be Visible For Next 6800yrs

The Comet C/2020 or "Neowise", is seen in the sky over Ballintoy, Britain July 8, 2020, in this picture taken from a social media. Picture taken was on July 8, 2020. (NIGHTSKYHUNTER.COM via REUTERS) All through July, Indians and the rest of the hemisphere of the globe will be able to spot the comet, comet C/2020 F3, also referred to as NEOWISE, within the sky. Discovered earlier this year, the comet is currently nearly 200 million kilometers from Earth and is bright enough to be seen within the clear dawn sky. However, after around 12-15 July, up until sometime in August, it'll be visible in the dark . Though the comet is bright enough to be seen with the eye , in places without clear skies, a pair of basic binoculars are going to be necessary. NEOWISE after being discovered by NASA’s Near-Earth Asteroid Wide-field Infrared Survey Explorer telescope on March 27 this year. The comet made its closest approach to the sun on July 3, 2020, passing at about 43