Look To The Night Sky And Catch The Beautiful Comet Swan Over Idaho, Completely Visible To The Naked Eye

Stargazing opportunities are fantastic here in the Gem State considering we’re home to some of the darkest skies in the country. If you have yet to take advantage of our state’s world-famous dark skies, then consider it high time. After all, Comet Swan is expected to be visible to the naked eye in mid-May and it makes for an excellent excuse to get out there and do some stargazing. This super bright comet was discovered in late March and it may already be visible across especially dark skies, so be sure to check it out soon—before it’s too late!

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Have you spotted Comet Swan yet across Idaho’s dark skies? Tell us about your favorite stargazing spots in the comments below!