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Comets

This table shows the brightest currently observable comets. Click on the name of the comet to get more details, including finder charts.

CometBrightnessDate of last reported observationAngular separation from SunAltitudeAzimuthConstellation
8P Tuttle9.52021-Oct-1336°3.2°227° (SW)Centaurus
67P Churyumov-Gerasimenko10.32021-Oct-20111°-74.8°124° (ESE)Gemini
C/2019 L3 ATLAS10.52021-Oct-2099°-83.5°349° (N)Lynx
29P Schwassmann-Wachmann 110.62021-Oct-22133°-56.2°83° (E)Auriga
C/2017 T2 PANSTARRS11.42021-Oct-0449°55.0°239° (WSW)Scorpius
57P du Toit-Neujmin-Delporte11.52021-Oct-2266°68.7°306° (NW)Sagittarius
C/2020 T2 Palomar11.72021-Oct-1548°57.3°271° (W)Ophiuchus
19P Borrelly11.72021-Oct-15105°49.3°136° (SE)Grus
C/2021 A1 Leonard11.82021-Oct-2256°-41.1°289° (WNW)Ursa Major
C/2017 K2 PANSTARRS11.82021-Oct-2159°22.9°322° (NW)Hercules
6P d'Arrest11.92021-Oct-2188°82.2°68° (ENE)Sagittarius
4P Faye11.92021-Oct-20110°-64.4°146° (SE)Gemini
7P Pons-Winnecke13.82021-Oct-11116°47.1°115° (ESE)Grus
C/2019 T4 ATLAS13.82021-Oct-1241°-12.0°227° (SW)Hydra
132P Helin-Roman-Alu14.02021-Oct-15153°17.3°82° (E)Pisces
C/2020 PV6 PANSTARRS14.22021-Oct-2144°17.1°308° (NW)Hercules
246P NEAT14.92021-Oct-0678°87.3°290° (WNW)Sagittarius
C/2019 F1 ATLAS-Africano14.92021-Oct-0985°48.2°169° (S)Pavo
C/2021 K1 ATLAS15.52021-Oct-14151°16.3°97° (E)Cetus
C/2020 F5 MASTER15.62021-Oct-12117°53.1°89° (E)Piscis Austrinus
108P Ciffreo15.62021-Oct-20108°-79.1°123° (ESE)Gemini
117P Helin-Roman-Alu 115.82021-Oct-0416°24.9°268° (W)Libra
C/2018 U1 Lemmon15.92021-Oct-0839°46.3°276° (W)Ophiuchus
C/2019 K7 Smith15.92021-Oct-2168°-4.0°330° (NNW)Hercules
106P Schuster16.02021-Oct-1691°-81.9°266° (W)Lynx
C/2020 S3 Erasmus16.02021-Oct-08140°20.9°57° (ENE)Pegasus
C/2021 E3 ZTF16.02021-Oct-0973°44.0°339° (NNW)Ophiuchus

Warning!
Never attempt to observe objects close to the sun without taking the proper precautions. In particular, never point optical instruments near the sun and look through them, or you risk permanent eye damage or blindness.
 

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