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  1. Skywatchers are treated to a naked-eye comet as NEOWISE emerges into the the dawn sky.

    The post Comet NEOWISE Delights at Dawn appeared first on Sky & Telescope.

  2. Two bright new supernovae — 2020nlb in M85 and 2020nvb in NGC 4457 — are now within the range of amateur telescopes in the western sky at nightfall.

    The post Two Bright Supernovae Light Up Nearby Galaxies appeared first on Sky & Telescope.

  3. Two comets spark excitement for the coming week — NEOWISE might reach naked-eye visibility at dawn, while Lemmon will be visible in binoculars at dusk.

    The post Anticipation Grows for Comets NEOWISE and Lemmon appeared first on Sky & Telescope.

  4. Two crescents — the Moon and Venus — meet in the sky in the wee hours of June 19th.

    The post Watch the Moon Pair Up with Venus on June 19th appeared first on Sky & Telescope.

  5. Noctilucent clouds shimmer high in the sky during summer twilight at northerly latitudes.

    The post Nights of Noctilucent Clouds appeared first on Sky & Telescope.