Last week, I chose How to see Comet NEOWISE in the night sky this month – Space.com Space Saturdays July 11, 2020 for Space Saturdays. Today I checked Space.com and noticed an article from July 15, 2020 – Don’t miss Comet NEOWISE in the evening sky now. It won’t be back for 6,800 years.: https://www.space.com/comet-neowise-visible-evening-sky-july-2020.html. There’s a NASA video in the link which is probably not the same link below.
NASA Science Live: How to Spot Comet NEOWISE – YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FFn4-kQPjzk (about 29:32 minutes long)
An amazing comet that thrilled early-morning stargazers earlier this month is now visible in the evening sky, and it’s a sight you won’t want to miss. After all, this comet won’t be back for 6,800 years, NASA says.
Comet NEOWISE can now be seen just after sunset for observers in the Northern Hemisphere, according to NASA. (Sorry, Southern Hemisphere skywatchers, it’s not visible there.) The comet made its closest approach to the sun July 3 but was only visible before dawn until now.