If the comet is no longer visible to the naked eye by the end of the month, you might still be able to see it through binoculars or a small telescope.
Even now, your best bet at seeing the comet is to use binoculars.
Otherwise, you might not see the comet’s split tail.
The Moon is also growing bigger and brighter and will peak on August 3, which could hinder your viewing experience.
Astronomer David Blanchflower tweeted on Friday: “After tonight seeing #cometNEOWISE will prove a bit trickier.