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Locals look to night sky for rare chance

  • Two locals look at constellations Saturday night at the Meyer Observatory in Bosque County.. Allen D. Fisher | The Clifton Record
    Two locals look at constellations Saturday night at the Meyer Observatory in Bosque County.. Allen D. Fisher | The Clifton Record
  • Facebook photo posted by Erin Newman of Comet Neowise over the Rock Church July 18 in Cransfills Gap. Courtesy Photo
    Facebook photo posted by Erin Newman of Comet Neowise over the Rock Church July 18 in Cransfills Gap. Courtesy Photo
  • Dick Campbell, President of the Central Texas Astronomical Society, points to the Meyer Observatory Telescope Satuday night in southern Bosque County. Allen D. Fisher | The Clifton Record
    Dick Campbell, President of the Central Texas Astronomical Society, points to the Meyer Observatory Telescope Satuday night in southern Bosque County. Allen D. Fisher | The Clifton Record
  • Facebook photo posted by Marvin Grelle of Comet Neowise taken July 18 at Rattlesnake Mountain in Bosque County. Courtesy Photo
    Facebook photo posted by Marvin Grelle of Comet Neowise taken July 18 at Rattlesnake Mountain in Bosque County. Courtesy Photo
Comet Neowise has put on a display across the northwestern sky this July, bringing many Bosque County residents to look upward. “The comet has brought a lot of attention out lately,” said President of the Central Texas Astronomical Society Dick Campbell, who also runs the Meyer Observatory located in southern Bosque County. “Although scientifically they are unremarkable, they are real pretty to…

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