"If you're looking at the sky without the help of observation tools, Comet NEOWISE will likely look like a fuzzy star with a bit of a tail, so using binoculars or a small telescope is recommended to get the best views of this object", NASA stated.
NASA explains that those in the Northern Hemisphere will be able to spot the celestial show this evening. It has been determined that the comet has an orbital period of 6,766 years and is about 5 kilometers across in size.
"The tail was visible, and there was the added bonus of the noctilucent clouds".
Neowise survived its closest brush with the sunshine on July 3 and has been heading in our direction ever due to the fact. It gradually appeared higher in the sky each night. Recently, the comet reached its closest distance to Earth by flying past the planet from a distance of 0.69 astronomical units or 64 million miles away.More news: Notre Dame QB Book is named to Maxwell Award Watch List
Amateur astronomers managed to take wonderful images of the cosmic snowball, and shared their photos on social media. See it again in 6,766 years.
One user wrote: "Comet C/2020 F3 (NEOWISE) from our back garden. Photo taken by my son".
Among these objects NEOWISE has discovered over 28 comets. "They were truly mesmerising".
This is the place you can spot the comet more than the up coming couple of weeks.More news: Test positive for COVID-19? CDC changes coronavirus quarantine rules
Some astronomers have complained the SpaceX Starlink satellite network obstructed views of the comet, with time-lapse images resulting in streaks across the sky.
Comet Neowise, the most extraordinary comet in almost 25 years, is generating its closest move by Earth proper now, providing sky watchers a final chance to catch it.
There are now more than 400 Starlink satellites orbiting the Earth as part of the Elon Musk-owned SpaceX plan to beam high-speed internet down to Earth.
It should be noted that light pollution may make it hard for those living in big cities to spot the comet.More news: Lou Williams under investigation by National Basketball Association for activities outside bubble