How to see Comet NEOWISE

A beautiful, fleeting visitor to the inner Solar System

Night skies in the northern hemisphere have been graced with an unusual phenomenon in the last couple of weeks: Comet NEOWISE, a beautiful ‘dirty snowball’ making a brief visit from the depths of the outer Solar System where it spent the last 4000 years.

If you want to see this cosmic wonder, all you need is your naked eyes, a clear northern horizon, and my new video explaining how to find it:

You’ve only got a week or two before NEOWISE disappears back into deep space for thousands of years—so check out the video, then check out the comet!

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