Don’t Miss These Jaw-Dropping Pictures of Comet NEOWISE From Around The World!

“It’s like a comet fair” – said one of the astrophotographers while sharing their work with us. July 2020 was the best month when it comes to Astronomy. We had a penumbral lunar eclipse, the closest approach of Jupiter, Saturn, and Pluto. There is a spectacular double meteor shower that will take place around the end of the month. But the icing on the cake was the recently discovered comet, NEOWISE.

In this article, we are sharing some of the best pictures of the comet. The names of the astrophotographers are also mentioned. You can visit their accounts to relish more of their stellar work!

Volcano Teide is active again?

Photographed by: Alyn Wallace
Location: Teide National Park

NEOWISE and the Old Stone Church

Photographed by: Abhijit C Patil
Location: Massachusetts

Comet Girl

Photographed by: Benjamin Barakat
Location: Basel-Landschaft

Read all the articles of the Basics of Astrophysics series here

Hello There, Fellow Space Explorer!

Photographed by: SpaceX
Location: Florida

My Comet NEOWISE Window

Photographed by: Nikunj Rawal
Location: Jamnagar, Gujarat

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NEOWISE alongside the Pepperpot

Photographed by: Ainsley Bennett
Location: Isle of Wight, UK

NEOWISE off the highway

Photographed by: Kelly Teich
Location: Hot Creek Geological Site, USA


Photographed by: NASA/Bill Ingalls
Location: Keyes Gap, West Virginia, USA

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