When to see Comet NEOWISEThrough July 11, you can see NEOWISE an hour or two before sunrise to the northeast. It'll remain close to the horizon and at its highest point in the morning sky of July 11.Starting July 12, you'll find the comet in the northeast at sunset. It'll still be low in the sky, but it'll rise a little every night throughout the month.On July 22, Comet NEOWISE will make its closest approach to Earth during its trip out of the solar system. If nothing interferes with its visibility, like the comet breaking apart, this could be a great time to see the comet.
Comet NEOWISE will be closest to the Earth on July 23, 2020, so that's going to be the peak week to look if it remains bright.