Darlene and I went out last night near the Truckee airport to see the comet C/2020 F3 (NEOWISE). It’s currently relatively close to the sun so it’s not visible in the sky for very long before sunrise or after sunset. It is visible to the naked eye but not super obvious – you have to know where to look for it. It looks most impressive with binoculars or a telephoto lens on a tripod (and a few seconds exposure). In a telescope, you won’t see most of the tail as it’s quite long!
It’s likely to get brighter over the coming week as we get to our closest approach July 22nd, though it’s also possible it’ll break up. It’ll appear higher in the sky (and further from the sun) as the month progresses. July 20th will be nice too as it’ll be a dark new moon setting with the sun and the comet will be higher in the sky after dark
Here’s more info on where/how to look.
Here’s the view of the head captured through my Unistellar eVscope: