As it begins to move farther from the Sun and closer to Earth, it'll shift from being visible just before dawn, into the evening sky. According to NASA solar system ambassador Eddie Irizarry, it should remain visible just before and around time of first light until July 11. It will then dip below the horizon as it transitions from early riser to cocktail-hour sensation, hopefully visible again in the evening around July 15-16 and easier to see July 15-31 when a little higher in the sky. Until that point it'll be closer to the northeastern horizon.
Saw it the other night, faint but beautiful. The hill was weirdly English. Imagine about ten guys stood on a hill peering into tbe sky at 11pm.nobody said a word, nobody moved and without binoculars, nobody could see a thing. Hmmm, msybe it was the worst dogging meeting ever?
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