posted on Jun, 7 2010 @ 05:14 PM
Yes we'll be seeing it. But its transitionary period in the Northern Hemisphere makes it to be at Magnitude 1, and visible after Sunset (until it
goes below the Horizon), and Sunrise. Gradually increasing past Sunrise once its orbit takes it away from the Sun, but unfortunately for us, closer to
its line of sight.
EDIT- its recent Ephemeris takes it at a magnitude 4.7, still a great target for Binocular/Telescopes. Ideally you'd have to find a dark location to
get any sort of detail with the naked-eye. Looking forward to the Ephemeris revision next week.
[edit on 7/6/10 by ROBL240]