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A bright comet flies over the Earth, which can be seen once every thousand years: a video report

Comet C / 2020 F3 flies over the Earth, which is visible to the naked eye, writes Lifehacker. Next time, it will pass next to our planet in only a few thousand years.

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Right now, the brightest comet C / 2020 F3 flies over Earth over the past seven years.

It was discovered on March 27, 2020 by the NEOWISE space infrared telescope. According to the engineer of the training observatory of Ural Federal University Vladilen Sanakoev, it will be possible to observe it in the sky for about another week.

It is especially clearly visible at night in the region of 0: 00-2: 00 hours. There are already a lot of pictures and videos on the Web taken in the dark.

NASA experts will discuss and answer public questions about the comet during a special broadcast of NASA Science Live on Wednesday, July 15, according to the official website.

The NASA Science Live episode will be aired at 15:00 Eastern Time on July 15 on NASA Television and agency websiteAs well as Facebook, YouTube, Periscope, LinkedIn, Twitch и USTREAM.

Viewers can post questions on Twitter using the hashtag #AskNASA or by leaving a comment in the chat section of Facebook, Periscope or YouTube.

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NASA will follow the broadcast via teleconference on Wednesday at 16:00. Audio teleconferencing will be broadcast live at www.nasa.gov/live.

Teleconference participants include:

  • Lindley Johnson, Planetary Defense Officer and Program Manager, NASA Planetary Defense Coordination Bureau, NASA Headquarters.
  • Emily Kramer, co-author of the wide-field infrared near-Earth objects (NEOWISE) research team, NASA JPL.
  • Amy Mainzer, Principal Investigator, NEOWISE, University of Arizona.

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