8/1/2020 9:30 PM on
Thanks for your interest in the comet. It's pretty close to the horizon early on but will get much higher and easier to find in the evening sky as July progresses. You'll likely need binoculars to locate it. Look for a small spiked star with a tail. You will not see the colorful photographic images posted on the internet but it still should look nice. As of the end of July the comet is growing dimmer and you'll need to seek rural skies to find it. Search diligently for success.I just posted a finder maps on our FaceBook page Club FaceBook Page or just click the "f" symbol on top right of our webpage to go to our Facebook page.
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