Your Chance to See Rare Green Comet After Paleolithic This Week

A rare green comet is set to fly past Earth for the first time since the Paleolithic. It will pass along Mars this week and it can be seen even through ordinary binoculars. This comet is being called C/2022 E3. It will appear as a faint, fan-shaped spot passing between the orbits of Earth and Mars.

According to, it will be visible on Friday (February 10) and Saturday (February 11) evenings. This will be the last chance to see it from Earth as it will then move away at a speed of about 1,28,000 miles per hour and take about 50,000 years to revolve around the Sun. This type of comet has two tails. One of these is made of dust and the other of gas. This green comet was discovered in March last year by astronomers at the Zwicky Transient Facility in California in the US. As it passes close to Mars, people in the Northern Hemisphere must face west after sunset to see it. It can be seen with a simple telescope or a small telescope if it is very light.

of LiveScience Report It has been told that if this comet is not visible then you should focus on its location through skywatching websites or stargazing apps. If you live in the Southern Hemisphere and can’t find its location, you can still watch it from the Virtual Telescope Project’s livestream. It starts on February 11 at 6pm EST.

Recently a team of astronomers discovered a planet the size of the Earth. exoplanet has been searched. It is being called K2-415b and it is revolving around an M dwarf star. Its distance from Earth is only 72 light years. According to a report published in the Astronomical Journal, the discovery was made by an international team of astronomers led by Teruyuki Hirano of the Astrobiology Center in Japan. Hirano explains, “Some small planets around the M dwarf are important for the search for rocky planets and any planet with habitable conditions. This is a planet about the same size as Earth. It will be an interesting target for further findings.” ” Astronomers discovered this planet while analyzing data from the Kepler telescope. <!–


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