posted on Oct, 30 2007 @ 09:14 PM
reply to post by undiscoveredsoul
In case you missed it, I replied to you earlier in this post
with a star
If that didn't help, try this.
1) Facing due North, start looking straight up and look for a constellation in the shape of a W. That is Cassiopeia.
2) Turn slightly to the right to face North-East, and start looking down. The brightest star you should see first should be Mirfak. That is a star in
the Perseus Constellation and has a cluster of other stars around it.
3) Look for a triangle with Mirfak being the top star.
4) If you see the triangle, the lower left object is the comet.
Hope that helps.
edit: When looking down from Cassiopeia, if you go too far you will see the bright star Capella which is rising now. Mirfak is between Cassiopeia and
[edit on 10/30/2007 by Hal9000]