Timelapse footage of Comet Neowise peacefully drifting over Mount Washington in Central Oregon before fading with the morning light.
The spectacularly brilliant Comet Neowise has been dazzling our skies lately, and timelapse footage from around the world reveals the comet's impressive beauty and movement.
Comet Neowise, also known as C/2020 F3, is a long-period comet that was discovered in March 2020. It is expected to return to our solar system in about 7,000 years. Neowise has been visible to the naked eye for a short period but has been captured in stunning timelapse footage from people all over the world due to its sheer brightness.
The video captures Comet Neowise traversing the night sky in the Northern Hemisphere, and it is mesmerizing to watch. The footage was taken at various angles, angles, with some taken from the ground, while others were taken with a telescope. The comet is seen slowly moving across the night sky, rotating around the stars with its bright and distinct tail trailing behind it.
At different points during the timelapse, Comet Neowise can be seen appearing to fade in and out of the night sky, slowly morphing the starry backgrounds with each rotation. Its brightness allows it to be seen in the day sky, occasionally blending in with the bright blue skies and appearing white against the vast blue backdrop.
The incredible timelapse footage of Comet Neowise provides an opportunity for viewers to witness the comet's movement around the night sky in a fraction of time.