NEOWISE on its way out

The NEOWISE comet is now higher in the west in the evening sky. It’s on its way to the outer reaches of the solar system and won’t return for over 6,000 years. The comet is growing more faint and as it moves farther from Earth. It was high enough in the sky to observe from the observatory last night and photographed through the 4″ refractor telescope.


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