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What are your plans for viewing comet PanSTARR over the next week or so?
It’s going to visible here (NYS) 30 minutes after sunset over the next few days near the horizon, but will need clear skies and a unimpeded sweep of the horizon and binocs. However, like any astronomical event, well worth the effort, particularly for your kids.
Objectively not much to write home about, it should look like a smudgy moth ball, 17˚ SE of sunset spot. I am about to scout for viewing sites now that snow has stopped falling.