Lucky Vancouverites who managed to catch a glimpse last night shared the great images on social media, including Vancouver photographer Milan Miguel.
Comet NEOWISE will reach the closest point to earth from July 22-23, a time when the views will become even more spectacular, so you may still have a chance to see it if you have not already done so.
Take a look at some pictures below:
Even better photos of comet NEOWISE photographed over Vancouver on Sunday evening.
The lighter sky meant that the comet’s tail was visible to the naked eye and the photos revealed the comet’s second weaker ion tail. # Comet #cometNEOWISE #NEOWISE #vancouver @ c2020f3 @DailyHiveVan @CTV pic.twitter.com/3u5apFNXNS
– Claude Schneider (@claudeschneider) July 13, 2020
Comet C / 2020 F3 Neowise over Vancouver! We took this image around 11 p.m. last night, but I spotted it for the first time at 10:15 p.m. Image credit: Jordash Kiffiak and Joanna Woo pic.twitter.com/d9q5q8ZsXD
– Joanna Woo (@JoannaAstro) July 13, 2020
Comet Neowise sets on Vancouver pic.twitter.com/hrftuFltxI
– Tyler Black, MD (@ tylerblack32) 14 juillet 2020
Comet #NEOWISE this morning Taken with my iPhone 11 unique 10 second exposure on Vancouver Island. #NeowiseComet #comet # iphone11 @DavidBflower @HalSherman @ Beyond90seconds @isabetabug pic.twitter.com/OqngPSTjGj
– Dr Christian Sasse (@Sassephoto) July 13, 2020
Woohoo! Managed to find and photograph Vancouver’s #NEOWISE comet pic.twitter.com/TgUtjJGBW7
– Andy Gibb (@_andy_gibb_) 13 juillet 2020