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Watch live! Comet NEOWISE webcast from Slooh @ 5pm ET

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Astronomers with the Slooh online observatory will host a free webcast of the bright, naked-eye Comet NEOWISE on Saturday (June 18) at 5 p.m. EDT (2000 GMT). Watch it live here, courtesy of 

The event will stream on YouTube for free, and paid Slooh members can join in the live discussion via Zoom. Hosted by Slooh astronomer Paul Cox, the show will feature live views of the comet as experts discuss the astronomical event.

You can watch it live in the window above, courtesy of Slooh, or directly via Slooh's YouTube channel

From Slooh:

Slooh's next mission is to livestream a Star Party featuring live telescope streams of the spectacular Comet NEOWISE. The comet now comes within reach of Slooh's huge telescopes at its flagship observatory at the Institute of Astrophysics of the Canary Islands.

The Star Party commences on Saturday, July 18, at 5 PM EDT (21:00UTC). The general public can watch live on Slooh's Facebook, Twitter, and YouTube channels. Slooh members can personally join the Star Party at using Zoom to discuss the event with our expert hosts.

Slooh's Chief Astronomical Officer, Paul Cox, said: "It's a truly magical experience to witness such a large comet gracing our skies! We'll be telling viewers how they can see it from their backyards, and Slooh members will continue to watch it in Slooh's live telescope views every night this week.

Event Timing for Saturday, July 18th, 2020:
Live Stream Commences: 5 PM EDT ¦ 21:00UTC
Live Stream Ends: 6 PM EDT ¦ 22:00UTC

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