Tonight July 23 comet Neowise makes its closest approach to the earth at 01:14 UT/GMT, at a distance of 0.69 AU (103 million km; 64 million mi) while located in the constellation of Ursa Major the Big Dipper or Bear.
For the next few days with the naked eye Comet, Neowise will be visible then fading as it appears closer to the sun. It will still be visible with binoculars but then it’s by bye for another 6,000+ years until it returns again.
The Birth chart of the closest approach on July 23
What stands out as Comet Neowise at 20 degrees LEO conjunct Fixed Star MERAK in the Side of the Great Bear, the second-largest star of this constellation.
“Fixed star Merak is like Mars (violent death, ultimate ruin by folly or pride. If rising, wealth, power, courage, generosity, ingenuity, rise to authority, martial success, subject to cuts, wounds…
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