Skywatchers are in for a treat as Comet Lemmon becomes visible this week.
Discovered in March 2023, the comet is making its way through the inner solar system and is now visible to observers on Earth.
Comet Lemmon, officially designated C/2023 A1, boasts a bright, fuzzy coma and a discernible tail, making it a captivating sight in the night sky.
To spot this celestial visitor, find a location with minimal light pollution, use binoculars or a telescope for enhanced viewing, and look towards the eastern horizon before dawn.
As it journeys through the cosmos, Comet Lemmon offers a rare opportunity for astronomers and sky enthusiasts to witness the beauty of a comet as it graces our celestial neighborhood.