Scene in Edmonds: I spy a comet

More photos of the NEOWISE comet — this time from Bill Ray — as it continues to be visible over Edmonds.

“Over the next couple clear nights, the comet may still be visible around 11 p.m.,” Ray says. “Look towards Whidbey, about 30 degrees west of north a dozen degrees above the horizon. I’d recommend the Sunset Ave overlook because the fishing pier lights are pretty bright. Bring binoculars or a telescope if you have one, though the comet may be just visible with the naked eye.”


  1. Thanks for the great photos. Eleven PM is too late and 3:50 AM is too early for me, so I appreciate what you did. When you reach 88, sleep is very important.

  2. Nice photos! I also saw the noctilucent clouds early Tuesday morning, the brightest I’ve ever seen them in Edmonds.

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