Astroport Sariska Is Hosting The Jewel From Outer Space | Comet NEOWISE

IT WAS A TREMENDOUS TWILIGHT WITH COMET NEOWISE | 11 July 2020



Quoting the Iris poet, Oscar Wilde “We are all in the gutters, but some of us are looking at the stars.”

On July 3rd, the recently found comet C/2020 F3 (NEOWISE) made its closest approach to the Sun.

After the comets Swan and Atlas failed to put on a show earlier this year when they faded away as opposed to what was expected, NEOWISE is turning out to be quite the bright snowball to be seen in decades.

Our team traveled to Astroport Sariska on July 8th and expected to catch the comet in all its glory, but we were greeted by cloudy skies which were, to be honest very unforgiving and difficult to accept since we were really hoping to capture the comet before it starts to fade away. It was today in the dawn when the sky was absolutely clear with no clouds, and this meant that we had a brilliant opportunity to capture the comet which is exactly what we were able to do on 11th July 2020.


With great enthusiasm and joy, we are sharing the photo of the comet C/2020 F3 with everyone. We hope that people get an opportunity to observe this beautiful show for themselves.




Until next time, we wish CLEAR SKIES to everyone out there!



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