Will be seen just after sunset.
(Cleveland) - This evening will be your last chance to see a comet streaking across the sky, and conditions are expected to be good.
Jay Reynolds is a Research Astronomer at Cleveland State University. He says you can see the comet without the aid of any special equipment.
Starting 15 minutes after sunset, Reynolds says draw a line from where the sun sets to the crescent moon. The comet will be roughly 2/3 below the crescent moon
(Chart courtesy Jay Reynolds)
Binoculars will help, but Reynolds says they’re not required.
What is required is a clear horizon. A lake front park such as Edgewater should work.
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