Great photo opportunity of comet Panstarrs tonight. The comet will be visible near the crescent moon at twilight after 8 p.m.
The skies should be clear this evening. Viewing the comet last night was best with binoculars, about 10 - 15 degrees elevation above the horizon.
The comet composed mostly of ice, will be visible through April at a higher elevation. After March 18, it will be fainter with each passing day, passing millions of miles farther from Earth.
So many of you have inquired about the best viewing angles, so here's the azimuth and elevation for the next few days. . .
More on Comet Panstarrs - - -> http://bit.ly/YXNug9