Hey Space Placers!
There is a comet that may be visible to the unaided eye from dark sky sites in the South after dark. It covers an area of the sky as large as the Full Moon but is dim. This comet does not have a huge tail or is as conspicuous as Hale-Bopp in 1997.
It is still worth looking for in the next few days before the Moon returns to the evening sky and makes the sky bright thereby negating being able to probably see it.
I have had cloudy weather for the past 2 weeks so I am hoping for a chance to see & photograph it.
Here are two links for you to read about 46P and both have finder charts to help you zero in on this green visitor.
Sky Guy in VA
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