Earth on a date with “stunning projection”

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The culprit "New Wise" From the sun To the combustion of dust and gas surrounding its surface and the appearance of a tail larger than debris, and it is on its way to us now, as it will reach the nearest point of Earth After two weeks.

It was NASA telescope "New Wise", Which Infrared works, He discovered the new comet last March.

The scientists involved in the mission said that the comet was about 5 kilometers wide, and its nuclei covered with a sooty substance dating back to the origin of our solar system 4.6 billion years ago.

The culprit It will be visible around the world until mid-August and when it returns to the outside of the solar system.

Although it can be seen with the naked eye in the dark sky without Visual pollution, The viewer would need binoculars to see his long tail, according to NASA.

For their part, the astronauts on the International Space Station have already been able to take a quick look at it.

And the American astronaut, Bob Beniken, published a stunning image of the comet across Social media Late Thursday, Central Asia appears in the background of the scene and the state satellite station in the foreground, saying: "Stars, cities, spacecraft and comet".

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And led near Comet “New Wise” From the sun To the combustion of dust and gas surrounding its surface and the appearance of a tail larger than debris, and it is on its way to us now, as it will reach the nearest point of Earth After two weeks.

It was NASA telescope “New Wise”, which Infrared works, He discovered the new comet last March.

The scientists involved in the mission said that the comet was about 5 kilometers wide, and its nuclei covered with a sooty substance dating back to the origin of our solar system 4.6 billion years ago.

The culprit It will be visible around the world until mid-August and when it returns to the outside of the solar system.

Although it can be seen with the naked eye in the dark sky without Visual pollution, The viewer would need binoculars to see his long tail, according to NASA.

For their part, the astronauts on the International Space Station have already been able to take a quick look at it.

And the American astronaut, Bob Beniken, published a stunning image of the comet across Social media Late Thursday, Central Asia appears in the background of the scene and the state satellite station in the foreground, saying: “Stars, cities, spaceships and a comet.”



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