Keep your eyes peeled on the northwestern skies where you will find the seven bright stars of the Big Dipper or Plough, which is part of the bigger constellation Ursa Major, the Big Bear.
Comet NEOWISE will pass right under the Big Dipper.
If you plan to watch the comet from a big city like London then be prepared to grab a pair of binoculars or a small telescope.
City lights are, unfortunately, every astronomer’s worst enemy as they can wash out the night skies.
Using binoculars can make it easier to see the comet’s bright tail.