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From: Jari's Astronomy Site
Comet Machholz (C/2004 Q2)
Tails faintly visible in this image taken with a full moon only 45 degrees away. Two narrow ion tails can be made out to the left of the nucleus and a broader one (the dust tail) to the lower right. 5x120 seconds.
While you're at it I suggest moving those binoculars little more upwards through Perseus to between it and Cassiopeia.
Originally posted by Jehosephat
I had to use Binoculars but I found it after a little search near the Star Algol in the Perseus Constilation. It was pratically at Zenith for me so i had to lay down on my back in the snow