A Comet First
Spotted in the distance in 2017 might finally be within view soon of amateur astronomers.
Comet C/2017 K2 (PANSTARRS)
Called K2 for short, was then the farthest active comet ever spotted, a title it recently surrendered to another megacomet Comet last year.
Five Years Later
The icy body is finally drawing within reach of Earth and its amateur astronomers. K2's closest approach will be on July 14
Assuming K2 Survives the Heated
Journey and continues to brighten, EarthSky predicts people with small telescopes will be able to spot the sojourner soon.
Hubble Space Telescope
Observation suggested that the nucleus of this k2 comet might be only 11 miles or 18 km wide at most.
All Predictions for Comet
Activity are subject to change, however, Comets are prone to falling apart or brightening unpredictably
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