DID you catch a glimpse of this natural phenomenon in the sky over Northwich during the weekend?

Comet Neowise, as it is now known, was discovered in late March and will be visible for stargazers from anywhere in the UK for the rest of the month.

Formally named C/2020 F3, the comet was first spotted by the NEOWISE space telescope on March 27 and will reach its closest point to Earth on July 23.

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These stunning photos were taken by members of the Guardian’s Camera Club, and they were certainly worth staying up late for.

For those who haven’t had the chance to see it with their own eyes yet, the best time is around 2.30am in the night sky when looking north-east.

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The comet shoots through the sky over Weaverham. Taken by John Howman

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Guardian Camera Club member Kall Chels Buckley Evans snapped the comet over Northwich

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Another spectacular photo taken by John Howman