Finally, we can again see a comet with our naked eyes!
And it’s not just a faint spot on the sky, but a bright celestial object with a proper tail!
The new comet, officially called C/2020 F3 (NEOWISE), or often abbreviated as NEOWISE can be seen from the northern hemisphere in both the evening and dawn around the northern horizon.
In this article I will:
- help you where to find the comet
- how to photograph it
- write about interesting science of comets
- collect the best photos of the NEOWISE from around the world (many people post their photos on Facebook, and I don’t want them to disappear in FB’s junk)