Comet visible to naked-eye to zip by Earth

Stargazers will have an opportunity to catch a glimpse of a comet as it passes by Earth.

The Pan-Starrs Comet will be visible to the naked eye.

The comet is current visible in the northern hemisphere. But here in the United States, we might be able to see it on the Western Horizon.

The best time to look for the comet is about 15 minutes after sunset. It will appear about four degrees to the left of the crescent moon on Tuesday night.

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