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Discussion in 'Off-Topic' started by simply1, Jul 10, 2020.
Curious if anyone has seen it on it's return trip from the sun?
Yes, earlier this week. Looking forward to seeing it in the evening sky, farther above the horizon and haze.
what time do you need to look at night to see it in Iowa?
will have to look for it tonight...
From channel 13 (Des Moines) Twitter: From Des Moines, Comet Neowise will be located and visible tonight: 10:13 PM - 10:17 PM appears 0.3° above low NW horizon and tomorrow morning: 3:10 AM - 4:21 AM reaches 6.9° above low NE horizon.. that is if not cloudy!
Anyone ever notice with meteors, comets etc..that they are always falling down or from top to bottom? Why is it we never ever see a meteor coming from below going North?
I mean we are this ball spinning in many directions in a 3D universe... Why have we never seen meteors shooting up from the horizon up?
45-60 minutes before dawn. The better bet is an hour after dusk after late next week.
It’s all science, man.
I was wondering what the h3ll that was the other morning while walking the dog.
The projector that displays the comet doesn't allow these to move that direction.
In 2020 better not to know
Does anyone know if there's been any good video or pics that they've gotten from the Space Station?
Thanks! That footage is obviously sped up, right?
Also, I'm shocked by that video.... I thought the Earth was flat!
I believe it’s still shots pieced together
It’s all faked!
I checked it out this morning. Took some pictures with a 400 mm lens. Just looks like a little white blob though. Here's a snip of the blob.
Predawn shots will be pretty tricky from here forward.
I'm not a photographer at all and that's about how I expect my photo to turn out, haha.
Went out again this morning. It was cloudy so you could only get a few glimpses of it. I figured I could at least get some photos of the sunrise while I was out. Haven't looked at them on the PC yet to see if any were worth while.
Judging by the photo in that tweet above I needed to be out much earlier. Not sure when it will be visible in the evenings at this point. Guess I should try to look that up.
Local viewers got a look at NEOWISE in the more convenient hours after sunset beginning last night.