Comet NEOWISE is soon going to end its journey as a naked eye comet and disappear into deep space. However, there’s still a little bit of time to catch a glimpse of this newly discovered celestial rock, as it blazes across the night sky and teases astronomy lovers and astronomers each night. According to NASA reports, the newly discovered NEOWISE has a nucleus which is about 3 miles in diameter and is composed of dust, rock and frozen gases which are leftovers from the birth of our solar system around 4.6 billion years ago. Read on to find out NEOWISE July 30 Location.
Comet #NEOWISE is just spectacular! The last time humans would of seen a sight like this, Stone Henge was a baby at ~500 years old and the Great Pyramids of Giza weren't built fully! The next time we see it will be the year 8,820CE... maybe this is the last time humans see it?! pic.twitter.com/TufQzpFGMd— Cosmic Webb (@Cosmic_Webb) July 16, 2020
According to NASA, NEOWISE will stop is a dazzling celestial show between early to mid-August. The NEOWISE July 30 location is by near The Big Dipper also known as the ladle or The Plough. A skywatcher needs to move away from urban light pollution, find a dark spot, and then look to the northwestern sky below and a bit west of the Big Dipper.
Comet NEOWISE from ISS, July 5th pic.twitter.com/pAbGdtchAc— Seán Doran (@_TheSeaning) July 7, 2020
One will be able to witness the comet climbing higher above the horizon as the nights wear on. You can also use the Comet NEOWISE app available on Apple play store and downloadable iPad and iPhone. The app will help the skywatcher to figure out exactly where to look for the comet from your location.
Timelapse from Monday night's Northern Lights and Comet NEOWISE show in Southern Ontario. pic.twitter.com/Plu1BN5QtC— Jason O'Young (@jasonoyoung) July 16, 2020
According to the reports of a space portal, on July 30, NEOWISE will be most visible around 80 minutes before sunrise. If an astronomy enthusiast or space lover plan to got comet hunting tonight, it is best to carry a small telescope or binoculars as NEOWISE is reaching the end of its journey as a naked eye comet. Reports on science and space portals have indicated that Comet NEOWISE has a visual magnitude between 1 and 2.
What a sight!☄️— TheSpaceAcademy.org✨🔭 (@ThespaceAcad) July 14, 2020
Amazing timelapse shows Comet Neowise moving across the sky. pic.twitter.com/vBKyuDbJcZ
On the magnitude scale, smaller numbers indicate brighter objects. But given the comet is on its outbound journey from Sun, which is the only source of light in our Solar System, hence its visual magnitude will be diminishing rapidly. According to the reports of a space portal, the last time humans had witnessed this cosmic spectacle was when, the prehistoric monument, Stone Henge, was only 500 years old and today, Stone Henge is over 5,000 years old. Comet NEOWISE will be appearing again after approximately 6,800 years and will be spotted in Earth’s sky again in the year 8,820CE.