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Gunhippie
Now naked eye-visible. Gotta get up early.

https://gizmodo.com/how-to-see-the-neowise-comet-now-visible-to-the-naked-1844324105
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trapper
I seen that on the news last night. Think I'll have to get up early some morning and have a look.
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1hpycmpr
Yea, might try for a couple of pictures on the way to work in the am.
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Sandman
1hpycmpr wrote:
Yea, might try for a couple of pictures on the way to work in the am.
thats the problem with work, it always interferes with the fun stuff......lol

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outlawmws
Very cool!

It's visible in in the AM only until the 11th  after that it will be increasingly visible in the evenings until sometime in Aug. 
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holliswood
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Gasman64
I'll be sure to look for it, but maybe this weekend...clouds and rain rolling in here for Friday, just in time.
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1hpycmpr
holliswood wrote:
What direction should I be looking towards? The heavens always put on a great show. 
Northeast.  You need a good view of the horizon and you might want to sweep the area with binoculars, starting on the horizon.
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Gunhippie
Heavy thunderstorms all night and this AM, so no comet viewing for me--yet.

Fortunately, NE is about the only direction the horizon isn't blocked by mountains. Damned mountains.
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1hpycmpr
No luck spotting the comet this morning.  Low cloud bank obscured the comet until dawn.  I hope to try again next week and later as the moon wanes to new and the comet is in the northwest after the sun sets.
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Crater Eddie
Wife and I got up to see it this morning.  Easy naked eye object in good dark skies. Very nice in binoculars.
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1hpycmpr
Wife and I got up to see it this morning.  Easy naked eye object in good dark skies. Very nice in binoculars.
Good for you!  Yea, that’s another problem about living along the Front Range.  Gosh darn light pollution!
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salukispeed
We were out near Galena IL at Mississippi Palisades ST Park camping since Wed and we were lucky to see it three evenings in a row about an hour after sunset it is barely visible but by 10-11 it is definitely there nearly straight down from the Big dipper handle to bowl junction point Just above the two stars of the Foot of Ursa Major. With a good set of Binoculars it is very decent. We even took 75 pictures to get 5 that clearly show it but not great .With Just a Nikon 3300 with a 300 mm and about 20-30 seconds of shutter. My phone compas said 292 deg so to the north west
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DougA
I finally saw it last night here, we've had several nights of cloud to the NW though it was clear straight up and to the E and S those nights.  Definitely needed binoculars in the city, though once spotted it could be seen with the naked eye but doesn't look much like a comet without the binocs.  And of course I left the higher-powered binocs at the cottage (in Canada) last year so there's no retrieving them at the moment.
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Stevenbrown817
It’s been too cloudy here lately, but I did manage to get up and drive to Eastpoint Lighthouse at 3:45 am on the 12th.  Still hoping to see it again in the evening.
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salukispeed
Your pics are a bit better than we were able to get but we got something. Thanks
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