COMET Neowise has been captured in some stunning images taken over the weekend.
The comet is currently heading past Earth and is visible from the northern hemisphere this July.
It's set to reach its closest point to our planet on July 23.
Neowise was only discovered by Nasa in March, and will come as close as 103million km away.
That's about four times further away than the Moon is.
Neowise is known as a naked eye comet because lots of people have reported seeing it without needing equipment.
It's currently said to be visible from mid-northern latitudes, including the UK and the US, just before sunrise and after sunset.
The comet is moving in a westerly direction across the sky.
By mid-July it will have moved into Lynx and should be visible all night.
There are many smartphone apps that can point you in the right direction of constellations in the sky.
At the moment, Neowise is low in the sky so may be obscured by trees and other objects on the horizon.
It will rise a bit higher as the month goes on.
If you're having trouble spotting it, look for its tail of ice.
That's millions of miles of vapour and ice burning off the comet.
After its fly past this month, Neowise is off to loop around the Sun and isn't expected to come near Earth again for another 6,800 years.
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