Here's how to see 'horned' comet 12P/Pons-Brooks in the night sky 4/21/24

a bright, fuzzy dot can be seen among a background of stars, leaving a wispy trail behind it

A combination of five 120-second exposures taken by the Virtual Telescope Project facility in Manciano, Italy on March 5 showing comet 12P/Pons-Brooks (bottom right) and the Andromeda galaxy. (Image credit: Gianluca Masi/Virtual Telescope Project)
All you'll need to see comet 12P/Pons-Brooks, besides fair weather and a little luck are good binoculars or a telescope and sky map to help guide you to where this celestial vagabond happens to be. The comet bears the names of two of the most renowned comet hunters of all time.

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