A green comet approaches our planet  the first time in 50,000 years

A first-class bright green comet will leap through space near Earth for the first time in 50,000 years

And will be visible for about a month. NASA officials said the comet was first seen in March 2022

when it entered the orbit of the fuel planet Jupiter. As of January 19, it can already be seen with the use of binoculars

It will probably be closest to Earth on February 2, NASA scientists said.

"Comets are very unpredictable, but if this one keeps its modern trend in brightness, it will be easy to find."

"It is possible that it can be seen with the naked eye in clear, dark skies."

The comet, named C/2022 E3 (ZTF), reached the closest point on its path to the sun on January 12

 On February 2 it will reach its closest point to Earth. telescopes for those of the northern hemisphere.