Watch Rare Green Comet Passing Near Earth, At A Special Event by Starscapes

On-demand special shows will be held across all Starscapes observatories over the next two weeks

Starscapes, India's leading Astro tourism company, will be organising on-demand special viewing events for the rare green comet that will be passing near Earth.

The viewing events will take place over the next two weeks at Starscapes Observatories in Kausani, Bhimtal, Mukteshwar, and its mobile observatories located at St Regis in Goa and Club Mahindra in Coorg, Virajpet, Munnar, Goa, and Pondicherry The sessions will be led by experienced Starscapes Starguides who will provide information and answer any questions about the comet.

The comet, named Comet C/2022 E3 (ZTF) will be visible to the naked eye and is a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity for astronomy enthusiasts. Comet C/2022 E3(ZTF) is a rare and stunning spectacle, with a distinctive greenish hue and a broad dust tail. The vibrant streaks of green will stand out in stark contrast against the backdrop of the dark night sky, making for an unforgettable viewing experience. This comet orbits the sun every 50,000 years. The comet reaches its closest point to Earth, known as perigee, on February 1st. As a result, the best visibility of the comet will be over the next two weeks, typically around 3AM.

Watch Rare Green Comet Passing Near Earth, At A Special Event by Starscapes

Commenting on this, Paul Savio, CEO and Co-Founder, Starscapes, said, “ This is a rare and spectacular sight and it’s a great opportunity for everyone to experience celestial magic. We will be organising on-demand shows and we encourage everyone to come out and see it”

To book shows, visit: or call 9667307015


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