You still have time to witness the K2 comet.
On Thursday, July 14, C/2017 K2 (PanSTARRS), also known as the K2 "megacomet," passed 168 million kilometres from Earth at its closest.
The currently receding comet is travelling in a route that will bring it nearer to the sun,
The Oort cloud, a likely collection of ice and rocks far beyond the last of the planets at the frontier of our solar system, appears to have been the comet's birthplace.
One of these chunks is periodically persuaded by the sun's gravity to leave its familiar surroundings in the Oort cloud and enter our approximate area.
According to our research, internet users looking for information about this comet are also determining if it would end human civilization.
A collision between this comet and Earth is not even a remote possibility
It was found by the expert comet hunters at the Panoramic Survey Telescope and Rapid Response System in Hawaii (PanSTARRS),