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The brightest comet to appear in the Northern Hemispere skies in nearly a quarter of a century.  The comet made its closest approach to the sun (called perihelion) on July 3rd 2020. At the time it swept to within 29.4 million miles of the sun, or inside the orbit of mercury, the innermost planet.  The reflection of the comet is from photgraphing at the Great Fountain Geyser in Yellowstone National Park.


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