Well, Asteroid 2012 DA14 won't be visible to the naked eye but can be viewed with binoculars but even with enhanced vision, those of us in North America won't be able to see it at all as it is streaking across the day sky now. Here are the official times to try and catch a glimpse...

 

space.com

The object will be visible through binoculars for about four hours between 18:00 and 22:00 GMT (1pm-5pm EST). It is best seen from Australia, Asia and Europe and will be travelling quite quickly for a celestial object, crossing an area of the sky as wide as the full moon roughly every 30 seconds.

[The Guardian]