posted on May, 7 2004 @ 04:41 PM
I would just like to point out that the much awaited comet for the northern hemisphere, Q4, will be around its brightest tonight. Look for a fuzzy,
nubulous sphere in the south west sky tonight; it will be to Sirius', a star in Canis Major, 11 o'clock...just above it and more towards the south.
It is can be seen with binoculars, or if there is no city light pollution, with the eyes. It will hover around magnitude +2 for a few more days. Look
out for comet LINEAR C/2002 T7 in June as well.