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Neowise, the brightest comet observed in the last 20 years

It's been visible in the evening sky since the beginning of July, and it won't be back for 6,800 years. This is Neowise, the brightest comet to be observed in the last 20 years.

07/28/2020 3:05 PMupdated: 07/28/2020 3:08 PM

24 comments

  • Darlene J.
    08/22/2020 14:58

    Wow🙀I loved your video,Thank you for sharing.✌️💖

  • Ashley W.
    08/09/2020 05:06

    Serena Tsang

  • Rolando I.
    08/07/2020 09:36

    Be observant in sky and nature un this world to prepare.

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    08/04/2020 23:27

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  • Rasha N.
    08/02/2020 11:30

    محاولة تانية؟

  • Hind H.
    07/31/2020 20:54

    Did it say that it will be back in 6.800 years ? maybe it'll come back sooner.Don't make me lose hope.I'd like to see it always

  • Willian A.
    07/31/2020 06:03

    daquela vez vimos um cometa lembra

  • Olga P.
    07/30/2020 14:09

    for uggh art nani nimooo

  • Cyndy M.
    07/30/2020 00:16

    I love that we are getting to see such a classic comet form.

  • Jerome P.
    07/29/2020 21:42

    Out of this world!!!!!

  • Elaine M.
    07/29/2020 15:05

    I think we happened to see this last night. It seemed like it was close to 20,000 feet above us....maybe because of its size? I’m wondering if we might be able to see it again tonight, if we are actually looking for it.

  • Saira K.
    07/29/2020 06:47

    I always love the scenary

  • Ali M.
    07/29/2020 06:06

    ♥️

  • Sevinc A.
    07/29/2020 04:41

    Faszinierend ❤️

  • Win A.
    07/29/2020 02:44

    Khine

  • Joseph S.
    07/29/2020 01:26

    💫👀

  • Stephen M.
    07/29/2020 01:00

    Answer me this is it visible durin daylight

  • Alissa Z.
    07/29/2020 00:20

    How come I can't see them with my naked eyes if it's that easily spot?

  • Steph M.
    07/29/2020 00:11

    Thank you for exposing us to nature’s once in a lifetime marvel 😍

  • Salesa S.
    07/29/2020 00:01

    Winter is Coming 🧟‍♂️🧟‍♀️🧟

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