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COMET NEOWISE

COMET NEOWISE

Seen shortly before sunrise in the northeastern sky last weekend, Comet Neowise should now start being visible in the northwest about an hour after sunset, just to the right of where the sun goes down. Best viewed with binoculars or a telescope, the comet should be visible until about the end of July and won’t pass Earth again for another 6,800 years. LPR photo by Russel Skiles

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