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The comet NEOWISE amazed and delighted stargazers this July. NEOWISE—named for the NASA space telescope that first spotted it—has been visible to the naked eye all month. It is rapidly fading from view as it travels back to the outer solar system, but should still be visible with binoculars or a telescope until mid August. Look for it after sunset under the Big Dipper in the northwestern sky. This amazing time lapse photo of the comet in the sky above the city lights was taken by Dennis Hadalin.

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