(WXYZ)-This week social media continued to attract attention on the NEOWISE comet website.
The comet’s sky in the morning is already very low (less than 10°) and will decrease every morning, but it will become higher in the evening/night sky throughout the week.
This is when we see comets, Jupiter, Saturn and Venus from Sunday evening to Monday morning:
This is the best time to watch NEOWISE this week:
Tonight, Jupiter and Saturn are also very close, and Jupiter’s opposition appears on Monday night. This is when Jupiter opposes Earth and the Sun. It means Jupiter will be the brightest. The opposition peak occurred at 4 am on Tuesday, July 14.
Then there is Venus, which is the third highest brightness object in our sky after relaying the sun and moon. Venus is bright in the eastern sky, and it rises about 2 1/2 hours before sunrise.
how is the weather?
Tonight we will have dark clouds over the Detroit metropolis, but there will also be some rest. The wind will be light, and the temperature will drop below 60 degrees Celsius and above 50 degrees Celsius in the next two nights. Monday night will provide a clearer sky to watch the sky.