Stargazers and astronomy aficionados rejoice, as the comet NEOWISE will be visible in the night sky for the rest of July.
Those with good eyesight will be able to spot NEOWISE streaking across the southeastern quadrant in the Ursa Major constellation. A pair of binoculars or even a small telescope would be even better.
Take the chance now, as NEOWISE will not be visible from Earth again for almost 7,000 years.
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