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GalacticMilk Aug 5
Latest light curve for . Dimming is slowing down ever so slightly, but still around 6th magnitude, placing it on the verge of naked-eye brightness. Catch the comet ASAP before it dims even more, you can see the beautiful neon green coma.
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Tomitasa 11h
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Mahishini Colonne 🏳️‍🌈 Aug 3
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GalacticMilk Aug 5
picture taken on 5th July around civil twilight. Comparison to the aircraft (supposedly Comet NEOWISE) tweet below.
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Comet NEOWISE 21h
I am VISIBLE to the naked eye! I am 137,632,748 km away from Earth and my current magnitude is 4.8. You can spot me in the Coma constellation. Please retweet and spread the word!
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Palomar College Baseball 13h
Congrats to RHP/OF, Alex Blaszyk (Poway HS), for committing to ! Alex made 4 appearances on the mound for the in 2020 and joins as the 2nd to commit to Westmont this year.
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MR Humble 💫 3h
C/2020 F3 with globular star clusters M53 and NGC 5053 in Coma Berenices (08-06-2020) ©Gerald Rhemann
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Marian Rudnyk™© Aug 1
FYI: Comet ☄️ One more look at this historic that has dazzled us all - we bid a fond farewell for now - stay safe & we'll see you in 6,766 years...
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Max Planck Society Aug 2
Happy birthday, ! Born Aug. 1, 1818, Mitchell was a brilliant astronomer, committed educator & life-long advocate for science education for women. C/1847 T1, which she discovered in 1847 w/ a 2-inch telescope, is known today as Miss Mitchell’s Comet.💫✨
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David Piano 13h
Comet NEOWISE rises in perfect harmony with Venus over Colpoy's Bay in Wiarton, ON during morning twilight on July 9th.
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Tony Aug 5
... and the last image of C/2020 F3 () - took it on 1st of August. is just tiny speck of light in the center of cross-hair. Brightness is bellow naked eye limits. Lots of stars at bottom right corner - Coma Star Cluster.
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TNSTC Enthusiasts Aug 5
🚍 STATE TRANSPORT DEPARTMENT - 🚍Before 1970's : : Santhapriyan : State Transport, Madras (1960-1970) : : 1:251 : 15 Days : 400 gms
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Thomas Falls Aug 4
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Comet Backup 5h
We had a couple of team birthdays this week. Nothing like celebrating with a home-decorated cake!😉
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Rokzzannesue01 Aug 2
July 3rd 2020 my 1st&last look of comet neowise! ☄️ so bummed didnt get to see u again after that day been looking in the sky no luck but my husband saw u when he wasn't even expected it!
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HRMNZ Aug 5
Hit the nerd jackpot today. Hardcovers in awesome condition, $3 each. I nearly cried when I spotted Comet. I wouldn’t be who I am today without my hero Carl Sagan 🪐
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BBC Science Focus Magazine Aug 4
Have you seen the comet Neowise? Here the comet is seen on a clear summer night over a lavender field near the village of Brihuega, one of the largest plantations of lavender in Spain. 📸 © Marcos del Mazo/LightRocket via Getty Images
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DIYphysics 20h
Finder chart for for 25 degrees S ( , etc). The comet's altitude is increasing daily as it moves southward. How to see the fading : Northern Hemisphere: Southern Hemishere:
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Kouji Ohnishi 大西浩次 Aug 3
Picture of the Day 2020 Aug.3 "Comet in the Summer Mountain" Date:2020/07/31 A summer night in the mountains to see . A comet shines between the clouds above the Mt.Hakuba.
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Anura Guruge 49m
3 New Comets Discovered In August 2020; 2 Periodics & Other With An Extremely High Eccentricity.
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