By: Lee Hsin-Yin
"Every three to four years or so we can expect a comet which is bright enough to be caught by binoculars. It is very rare for us to see a comet as bright as Comet NEOWISE as it is visible to the naked eye," said museum researcher Lee Chin (李瑾).
The comet, named after the space telescope that discovered it in March, will be the brightest comet visible in Taiwan in the last 20 years, according to the museum.
The best way to get a glimpse of NEOWISE is to look to the northeastern sky near the horizon before dawn, Lee said. [FULL STORY]