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Webinar: Comet Neowise

This new visitor, Comet NEOWISE, is named after the NASA's Near Earth Object Wide-field Infrared Survey Explorer space mission that discovered it on March 27, 2020. Officially designated C/2020 F3, it passed its closest approach point to the Sun on July 3rd and has emerged into view low over the horizon in early dawn. Any Comet is an exciting site and this is no exception as the same is currently shined with an apparent brightness of about 1.5 so that it can still be visible with a naked eye. 

Video link of the webinar on NEOWISE

Any Comet is an exciting site and NEOWISE is no exception as the same is currently shined with an apparent brightness of about 1.5 so that it can still be visible with a naked eye. 

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