Comet SWAN Is Now Visible To The Naked Eye: How To See It In The Sky

( Comet C/2020 F8 SWAN captured by Australia’s Siding Spring telescope. Image Credit: Esposito Raffaele / Telescope Siding Spring / Spaceweather.com. Find the latest astronomical news in Star Walk 2. )

Comet SWAN: Latest news

A Naked Eye Object

( Easily locate Comet SWAN in your sky with the free stargazing app Star Walk 2 for iOS and Android. )

How to see Comet SWAN in May 2020

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