Comet Neowise is now visible about 1 hour after sunset

We’ve all heard about the comet paying our inner solar system a visit this month. Until now you could only see it in the early morning hours.

As of July 13th the comet is now visible about an hour after sunset in skies to the northwest. If you can find the ladle of the big dipper it’s about 3 fists below and a bit to the right.

The comet won’t pass this way again for another 6,800 years. You may need binoculars but if you’re away from city lights it should be visible with the naked eye.