Here is what Comet NEOWISE looked like this morning, July 8th, 2020 (via a camera, not by eye). The image was processed to increase the contrast and darken the sky, which was already getting pretty bright when the comet finally came out from behind the clouds at 4:30 am. The comet is likely going to remain an easy target for cameras on a tripod for the next week or two, as it moves further away from the Sun and closer to Earth. If the sky is clear, it should be visible by eye if you observe between ~4:00 and 4:30 am. Binoculars should reveal its stubby tail. The animation below shows where to look for the comet. And at 4:30 am on July 9th, 2020, the ISS will be seen passing through the same part of the sky (weather permitting).