It’s called C / 2020 F3 NEOWISE the comet that is holding everyone with the nose up to see it even with the naked eye or better if with a small binoculars. It is visible in the early morning in the North East but from mid-month it can be seen even after sunset and will rise in the sky becoming visible all night. However, its brightness is decreasing as it is already moving away from us. On 3 July it passed to the point closest to the sun (perihelion). For those who live in the valleys, the mountains that form the crown will not always allow visibility; ideal would be to have a vast horizon better if not disturbed by artificial brightness. This comet was discovered last March by NASA researchers.