L4 Pan-Starrs should be visible in the northern hemisphere this month
The BBC have this image on its path across the night sky : http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/science-environment-21701641
As seen from mid-northern latitudes, Comet Panstarrs might become visible with an optical aid around March 7 or 8. However, the comet will sit in the glow of dusk and will set around 40 to 45 minutes after sunset. By March 12, the comet will be considerably higher in the sky and will set around 75 minutes after sun. What’s more, the comet will be next to the waxing crescent moon on the North American evening of March 12.
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