NASA’s Hubble telescope captured close-up shots of the coma of the comet which is the cloud of gas and dust that surrounds the icy nucleus of the comet.
Rare Neowise comet will be visible in north-western India from today: Here’s how and where you can watch it
As per a NASA solar system ambassador, the Neowise comet should be visible just before and around dawn till 11 July.
The comet's tail seems to pivot due to solar wind as it moves across the field of view
The comet is likely to be visible with a pair of binoculars, but scientists cannot be sure as the brightness of a comet is notoriously hard to estimate.