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Under the Summer Sky

The comet Neowise and the Big Dipper

Have been able to locate and see the comet Neowise several nights during July and track its location as it moves further from us. The sky has been brighter recently making it more difficult to see, and the window of opportunity from this location is diminished and it will soon be obscured by the trees.

The NASA app has been very helpful with when, and where to see the ISS and how long it is visible.

Additional photos from the series can be seen on my Flickr album Night Sky

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