The comet, C/2020 F3, or NEOWISE, is seen above a static display at the U.S. Air Force Academy in Colorado Springs, Colo., July 21, 2020. The comet made its closest approach to Earth and will not be seen for another 6,800 years.
The Pic of the Day: Of comets and aircraft
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Loula S. · 7 months ago
How fantastic to be have been able to see this in real life! Next best thing, a fabulous photo!
Lauren T · 7 months ago
Pat G2 · 7 months ago
Now that is a stunning picture, actually breathtaking! A shooting star hurtling on its cosmic path through the universe, and an impressive Air force jet appearing to lift straight up into the night sky. What a phenomenal vision! Thanks, SOFREP!
Daniel G · 7 months ago
OK - yooz guyz jooz took ALL the COOL, mon.
Of all times!!!
i.e.: Incredibly cool pic!
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