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There’s a new comet in the sky: Here’s how you can see it – CBC

If you’re willing to get up early this week, you’re in for a magnificent sight: an early morning comet.

Comet NEOWISE, named for the space telescope that discovered it on March 27, was at first visible only through powerful telescopes. But it has recently brightened enough to be seen through binoculars.

At the moment it’s visible in the early morning. But the good news is, this won’t be the case for long.

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