Jan. 9, 2015
CWU's Palmquist Tells How to View Comet Lovejoy
Comet Lovejoy has made its way closer to Earth--as close as a comet can be when it's 44 million miles away. Now, it's viewable with the naked eye.
Although most comets are best seen in the early morning, Lovejoy will be the most obvious in the late evening, around 8:00 p.m., for the next two weeks.
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Story by Crystal Bui.
Image credit: NASA/MSFC/Jacobs Technology/ESSSA/Aaron Kingery