What would 2020 be without a surprise visitor to Earth from deep in the cosmos?
Happily, our visitor is the Comet Neowise, named for and discovered in March by NASA’s orbiting observatory. Comet Neowise is visible to the naked eye, and binoculars or a telescope will enhance viewing. Consult this online guide for the best view relative to your location.
Frozen leftovers from the formation of the solar system, composed of dust, rock and ices, comets heat up and spew gases and dust as they orbit our sun, showing a glowing head and tail that stretches for millions of miles.
– David Johnson, DJGroup