Comet Neowise Over Kawuneeche Valley

Rocky Mountain National Park, CO

Comet Neowise burns bright over the Never Summer Range, headwaters of the Colorado River in the Kawuneeche Valley on the west side of Rocky Mountain National Parl. Kawuneeche is an Arapaho Native name "koo'ohwuuni" meaning Coyote River and Never Summer comes from the Arapaho word "niicilbiicei'i" meaning they are never summery. It's fascinating to think if Neowise comes around every 6,800 years, Indigenous People of North America have seen this comet before.
Photo © copyright by Dave Showalter.

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