WHERE WILL THE GREEN TAIL APPEAR FROM?
In a statement from NASA, “Comets are notoriously unpredictable, but if they keep shining the same way, they will be easy to see. It can be seen with the naked eye in the dark sky.” expressions were used.
According to NASA, under the right conditions, it can even be noticed with the naked eye.
Dan Bartlett, a retired high school science teacher and astrophotographer, views the comet from his cabin near Yosemite National Park in California.
Bartlett, to the BBC, “With binoculars or not, you’ll see something. Get your friends together and make an observation that you will talk about for a lifetime” said.
The Planetary Society tells non-telescope observers in the Northern Hemisphere that the comet, “a pale greenish speck in the sky” It tells you what it will look like.
Those with a telescope will also be able to see the comet’s tail.
The comet will be visible in the Northern Hemisphere throughout January. For those in the Southern Hemisphere, it will be visible in February.
According to the Planetary Society, the comet completes its orbit around the sun in 50,000 years, and therefore “A once-in-a-lifetime observation” it is called.