Hubble telescope catches spectacular see of Comet NEOWISE immediately after its magnificent summer time sky show

Hubble telescope catches stunning view of Comet NEOWISE after its spectacular summer sky show

The Hubble Area Telescope turned its impressive eyes to a celestial customer to our skies — Comet NEOWISE, which put on a breathtaking exhibit in the Northern Hemisphere before this summer season.

On Aug. 8, the famed telescope received images of the comet’s coma, which is the cloud of fuel and dust bleeding off the icy comet as the sun’s electricity strikes the surface. At 27 million miles (43 million kilometers) from the digicam, Comet NEOWISE was a triple milestone for Hubble’s imaging abilities.

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