Leonard: How and when can you see a comet with the naked eye

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image source, NASA

to explain,

This is what Comet Leonard looked like last week, when the NASA team took this image.

Comet Leonard will soon pay a unique tribute to Earth.

The astronomical star – christened by some means as a “Christmas comet” – was only discovered in January of this year, when it was between Mars and Jupiter, and NASA scientists have already tracked the orbit it follows toward the sun.

The good news is that Leonard It can be seen with the naked eye in Latin American countries. Of course, the weather conditions must be perfect for Leonard’s appreciation before dawn.

will be in the middle DecAnd between 12 and 14, when it can be better estimated, as it will be at its closest point to Earth.

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