Comet NEOWISE: Here’s where, when and how you can see it in Central Florida

Here’s how to see it: Take out a pair of binoculars, look to the northwest, find the Big Dipper constellation in the sky and look below it. Avoid city lights, tall buildings and trees. Len Ward of the Central Florida Astronomical Society said the best viewing time is between 9:30 p.m. and 11:30 p.m. Look about 30 degrees above the horizon to start, he said.