It won’t have the zip of a meteor shower, but a comet is making its closest pass ever to the sun and will be visible low on South Florida’s western horizon.
“If you have 20-20 vision, it could be bright enough to see it,” Steve Schiff, president of the Astronomical Society of the Palm Beaches, said Wednesday. “Maybe it will have a tail. Maybe it won’t.”
Subscribers get total access to this story, and all our in-depth news, digital editions and exclusive content. Subscribe today, or try a 24-hour or 7-day digital pass.
All Day Access — 24-hour digital pass99¢ for 24 hours
All Week Access – 7-day digital pass$3.99 for 7 days
All Access, All the Time – Print & DigitalView Offers
Post Print Subscriber — I need to register my account for digital access.Access Digital
Registered Post Subscriber — Sign me in.Sign In