NASA officials said the ice guest was first spotted in March 2022 orbiting Jupiter.
While residents of the Northern Hemisphere can see the comet through binoculars as a small green glow, scientists noted that on February 2, a celestial body will be at its closest point to Earth.
It was recorded that the long-awaited star made its closest passage to the Sun on January 12.
According to BBC News, NASA said in a statement about the visit: “Comets have been notorious for their unpredictability. But if it continues to shine like this, it will be easy to see it.”
The name of the sky, documented as C/2022 E3 (ZTF), will be 42 million kilometers from Earth on February 2.
Dan Bartlett, a retired science teacher and astrophotographer, captured the comet from his cabin near California’s Yosemite National Park.
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