We just finished viewing the Neowise Comet. It’s now easy to see just after sunset in the Northern hemisphere. We were able to see it at around 10:30 PM MDT. It was at about 330 degrees azimuth. ( about 30 degrees west of North) and from our location about 30 degrees above the horizon. It was hard to see with the naked eye unless you knew exactly where it was. It was easy to see with binoculars. If your smart phone has a night enhancing feature, turn it on and you may get a decent shot. It will be visible until the night of July 22. If you miss it, it will be back in about 6,000 years. Good luck and may you have clear skies and a dark place to view it from.