Here’s perhaps a chance to catch an interesting picture of the comet. Over the southwestern horizon Comet 2020 F3 (NEOWISE) may still be visible although its apparent magnitude (5.50) and its tail have been steadily decreasing.
The comet is currently passing by a small y-shaped group of stars (naked-eye view) that are part of the constellation Coma Berenices over the nights of Wednesday July 29th and Thursday July 30th. Both the comet and the stars will be within the field of view of binoculars as the comet passes by the stars.
The stars of the small constellation Coma Berenices represent the hair cut from Berenice, an Egyptian Queen, whose hair was a religious offering as a bargain for her husband to return safely from war.
And, unmistakable over the eastern horizon is the Moon, and just rising the planets Jupiter and Saturn.