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Comet P1 Newways will appear briefly at dawn for northern hemisphere observers in late October and early November and is expected to be visible through binoculars.
It should not be confused with the comet (F3 Newways), which shone last summer and was one of the best comets observed in the northern hemisphere in recent memory, and the first good comet for us in the twenty-first century, as it decorated the early morning sky, and moved to the evening sky In the second half of July, it reminds us that all comets are worth watching.
NASA’s infrared space telescope (Newways) discovered this interesting comet on August 2, 2020 as part of a sky survey mission named (C / 2020 P1 NEOWISE) and will be under observation for the coming weeks.
This is the sixteenth comet that the Newwise mission has discovered so far, and the first since the historical discovery and the appearance of the comet (F3 Newways), one of the comets that marked this year.
The new comet (P1 Newways) is a small body that was discovered when it was still 254,316,380 kilometers from the sun and 179,517,445 kilometers from the Earth, and the good news is that the comet appears to be active, with its apparent luminosity reaching +10 at the moment and even more than expected.
In general, the appearance of the new comet (P1 Newways) is believed to be fading for a short time, lowering towards the eastern horizon at dawn in the latter half of October to November.
Part of the problem is that this little comet is moving through the inner part of the Solar System and then will be pushed away from Earth right after it reaches perihelion. One factor that helped comet F3 Newways early this summer was that it moved toward Earth after perihelion.
The new comet (P1 Newways) is moving in a hyperboloid orbit with a central difference of more than 1.0 based on 49 days of observation, which means that it is likely over a very long period of thousands – perhaps millions – of years with an orbit tilted 45 degrees relative to the zodiac, reaching This comet goes to perihelion outside the orbit of Mercury.
Comet (P1 Newways) may be a new object making its first pass through the interior of the solar system, and if so, this is an added advantage of the comet’s brightness possibilities beyond current projections.
Binoculars are ideally suited for observing a comet, as they give a wide field of view, and are a more intuitive way to look at the starry sky.
In general, what the next few months may bring with regard to comet activity, no one knows that although the emergence of a (bright comet) can happen at any time, there are comets that will be subject to monitoring, including: (C / 2020 M3 Atlas) and (88 / P) Hoyle) and (C / 2020 S3 Erasmus) that move the depths of the sky, space is always carrying new in its sleeve.
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