Featured image is from Space.com

Comet Neowise is in the evening sky. If you are north of the equator, you’ll be able to see it in the next few days in the northern sky just after sunset. Southern hemisphere is out of luck. 🙁

Last week it was visible in the predawn sky. this week it is in the evening sky. Won’t be back for 6800 years. To our knowledge, there won’t be another naked-eye visible comet for at least ten years.

Of course, we didn’t know about Neowise until March and weren’t sure if it were going to be visible until long after that. So we could have another surprise tomorrow or not for another century. Go see it while you can.