Another highlight was the spectacular look through binoculars on the 9th. Tonight the coma was brighter, tail was longer stretching at least 1 degree or more angling to Northwest.
What a splendid sight!! Here is a photo I took that wasn't a close up but the horizon is pretty and you can see the tail right of the airplane graphic I inserted.
You have until the 12th to catch .
Then it will be too close to the Sun.
Take some binoculars look at the sky charts at Sky and Telescope or Spaceweather or Astronomy.
Don't miss one of the brightest and nicest comets seen in the last 20-30 years!! Once you have an idea where it is in the West it is easier to catch.
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