"This is a pretty standard workflow for much of the night sky pictures seen online (including most images you'll see organizations like NASA post), especially those used for scientific purposes, as they help to show more detail".
However, after sunset, the comet will appear higher in the night sky, which will make it easier to see as the week goes on.
If you're along the coast, patchy fog could interrupt your chance to view the comet. The comet was discovered earlier this year on March, 27, 2020.
The comet is about 26 million miles way from us and is about 3 miles across. So try to use at least binoculars or a small telescope.
Armenia deeply concerned about Turkey's decision on Hagia Sophia status
The head of the Eastern Orthodox Church has condemned the move, as has Greece - home to many millions of Orthodox followers. The building was finally transformed into a museum in 1935 by Kemal Ataturk, founder of the modern Turkish republic.
Lockdown in major state as India COVID-19 cases soar
It took 110 days for the number of cases in the country to reach one lakh but just 53 days more to race past the eight-lakh mark. The city, however, has strengthened its recovery rate to more than 77%, which means that 3 out every 4 patients have recovered.
Samsung may skip in-box phone chargers from early next year
South Korean tech giant Samsung is reportedly considering selling smartphones without in-box chargers from as early as next year. Considering if this does happen next year, Samsung phone prices may come down but by how much, can not be said at this point.
After being visible only in the early morning sky through the first half of July, the comet is now a feature in the evening sky, becoming visible about one or two hours after sunset.
Temperatures then look to cool a bit by the weekend as models are hinting at a weak low pressure system moving through the northern Rockies. So get out there on very clear evenings Thursday, Friday and this weekend for the assured ability to see the comet. This allows the camera to take in more light from the comet over several seconds, producing an image that is much different from what the human eye perceives. It is estimated that it formed almost 4.6 billion years ago! When you are looking at the comet, you are practically on the lookout at the beginning of our time. In the process, they spend a major part of the orbital time in the outer parts of the Solar System.
The comet's main tail, always whitish in color because it easily reflects sunlight at every wavelength, is made of dust and ice that have been ejected from its nucleus and curves outside the path of the comet's trajectory, according to Forbes. This ion tail consists of gases that have been ionized by losing electrons in the Sun's intense light. For instance, Neowise has been confirmed to be brighter than P/2011 (PANSTARRS), but not as bright as Comet Hale-Bopp.
Feeling more like a night on the couch than an adventure outside?