A comet, a “cosmic snowball” orbiting the sun and composed of frozen gases, dust, and rock, will soon be visible to the naked eye. The celestial body will appear in the night sky in early 2023, i.e. throughout January and February and can be seen using binoculars and low-level telescopes. The comet C/2022 E3, located around 117 million miles from Earth, was last during the Ice Age. Astronomers have already been tracking the E3 comet, disclosing a blue-green coma and a golden tail. Stunning Time-Lapse Shows Comet NEOWISE With a Tail Light Moving Across Skies Over Hokkaido in Japan, Beautiful Video of Celestial Event Goes Viral.
Comet To Approach Earth In Early 2023
Comet 2022 E3 (ZTF) (© Dan Bartlett) | 2022-12-24#NASA #apod
Comet C/2022 E3 (ZTF) was discovered by astronomers using the wide-field survey camera at the Zwicky Transient Facility this year in early March. Since then the new long-period…
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