First spotted by a NASA space telescope known as Neowise on March 27, the icy rock, is officially named C/2020 F3.
NASA says the comet will be visible through mid-August, and it's the brightest one since Comet Hale-Bopp in 1997.
For those hoping to catch a glimpse, NASA says Neowise is becoming increasingly visible shortly after sunset in the northwest sky.
However, if local conditions don't allow you to see it, photographers around the world have already taken some dazzling photos of the space rock. Here's a look at some of the most breathtaking images they've captured.
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