The Comet Neowise has been visible int he Michigan skies in the early morning hours, and some early risers have gotten some great shots of it.

The Comet has been visible to the naked eye since July 3, when it came screaming into the earth's orbit before dawn. The comet will stay highly visible in the early morning hours until July 11, when it will become visible in the evenings around sunset.

For the time being, look to the northeast about an hour before sunrise to see it. And when it shifts to being seen after sunset, the comet will be in the northwest sky.

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