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On Feb. 1, comet C/2022 E3 (ZTF) will pass to within 28 million miles (42 million km) of our planet, its first visit in 50,000 years.
Reference The Ursid meteor shower will peak on Dec. 22-23 and is active between Dec. 17-26. Our guide tells you how and where you can spot the Ursid display.
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On Friday (Jan. 6), the moon will be fully illuminated for the first time in 2023 during the Full Wolf Moon when it will also be close to its furthest from the Earth, or apogee.
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The five planets of the solar system visible with the naked eye can all be seen this January, making the start of 2023 a special time for astronomers.
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The full moon of January, called the Wolf Moon, will occur in the U.S. at 6:08 p.m. Eastern Time on Friday, Jan. 6.
Reference The Quadrantid meteor shower peaks on January 3-4 and is active between Dec. 28 and Jan. 12. Our guide tells you how and where you can see the Quadrantid display.
The comet C/2022 E3 (ZTF) could be bright enough to be spotted with the naked eye as it passes the sun and Earth at the end of the first month of 2023.