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C/2020 F3 (NEOWISE) or Comet NEOWISE is a retrograde comet with a near-parabolic orbit discovered on March 27, 2020, by astronomers using the NEOWISE space telescope. At that time, it was a 10th-magnitude comet, located 2 AU (300 million km; 190 million mi) away from the Sun and 1.7 AU (250 million km; 160 million mi) away from Earth.

Comet Neowise with Convair 580, taken with 55mm lens @ f4 / 6s / ISO 1600

By July 2020, it was bright enough to be visible to the naked eye. It is one of the brightest visible to observers in the northern hemisphere since Comet Haleā€“Bopp in 1997. Under dark skies, it can be clearly seen with the naked eye and might remain visible to the naked eye throughout most of July 2020.

Comet Neowise with Convair 580, taken with 55mm lens @ f4 / 6s / ISO 1600

For observers in the northern hemisphere, in the morning, the comet appears low above the north-eastern horizon, below Capella. In the evening, the comet can be seen low in the north-western sky. The comet can be seen in the morning and evening because it is circumpolar from about latitude 45N. In the second half of July 2020, Comet NEOWISE will enter the constellation of Ursa Major on July 17, below the asterism of the Big Dipper (The Plough). The comet is currently about magnitude 2.9.

Comet Neowise with Convair 580, taken with 55mm lens @ f4 / 6s / ISO 1600
Comet Neowise with Turbo Commander 690, taken with 55mm lens @ f2.8 / 5s / ISO 1600
Comet Neowise with Turbo Commander 690, taken with 55mm lens @ f2.8 / 8s / ISO 1600
Comet Neowise with Convair 580, taken with 105mm lens @ f2.8 / 4s / ISO 1600