Saturday, March 16, 2013
The PanSTARRS Comet underwhelms naked eye observation. I personally will never see it live, as it has only a few more days of being visible to the naked eye and it's best seen low due west 45 minutes after sunset. I've got the Front Range of the Rockies in the way. Oh well.
The good news is that this one isn't the one that's supposed to be as bright as the full moon. That one's later.
(h/t Astronomy Picture of the Day)
Labels: Comet PanSTARRS