The comet can be observed throughout the month of July.
If you want to enjoy the spectacle of comet Neowise, now is the time! It is currently observable with the naked eye in the sky, and this throughout the month of July. This particularly bright comet, originally named C / 2020 F3, is now named after the space telescope that discovered it, Neowise, reports Sudinfo.
It is possible to observe the comet all night, but it is particularly visible before sunrise, around 4:30 in the morning, says the Union. If its brightness makes it observable to the naked eye, from an open space, binoculars can however help to better distinguish it, with its gas tail.
A spectacle which is worth the detour, particularly knowing that it will no longer be visible for 6,800 years, estimates the Earthsky site. You should therefore take advantage of it during this month of July.