The brightest comet of the last 25 years
The brightest comet of the quarter-century, discovered by NASA in March and named after the “Neowise” telescope, was observed from the northern hemisphere.
The newly discovered Neowise comet was able to be observed with the naked eye, passing from its closest position to the world yesterday.
The Neowise comet, discovered by NASA in March, began to appear from the world on July 11.
Coming from Mercury’s orbit in recent weeks, the comet passed through the location closest to the Sun on July 3.
Neowise, which increased its brightness due to its close proximity to the Sun, was thus visible from the Earth with the naked eye.
The brightest comet observed in the Northern Hemisphere within a quarter-century left these squares behind.