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Watch comet McNaught in this June night sky

8 Jun 2010, 07:00 UTC
Watch comet McNaught in this June night sky
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Do you like to watch comets on a night sky like me ? If your answer is "yes" then you can watch comet McNaught with your naked eyes.The comet's tail will look like a celestial sword angling upward to the northern sky.The comet was discovered by Robert H. McNaught in September 9, 2009.It will be a great sight to view the comet from your naked eyes as well as for for photography. It is believed that the light of comet will be 4 times as bright as the faintest star that can be viewed .The comet as bright as this wo'nt be visible often so better grab the chance as the sky will be dark from June 11 to June 13.

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