Comet C/2021 A1 or Comet Leonard, likewise being known as the “Christmas Comet,” was distinguished recently and was at its nearest distance from Earth on Dec. 12. The “Christmas Comet” will keep on being noticeable all through the United States through the rest of the year.

Notwithstanding, specialists are empowering individuals to look for it in the night sky soon, as it will keep on becoming dimmer as the finish of December approaches and the comet won’t pass Earth again for an additional 80,000 years.

“This comet should be visible with a backyard telescope or binoculars,” Gordon Johnston, a program executive at NASA Headquarters, told Accuweather, “and may be visible to the naked eye under very clear and dark observing conditions.”

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