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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
C/2017 K2 PANSTARRS8.52022-Aug-13100°21.0°265° (W)Scorpius
C/2021 E3 ZTF10.32022-Jul-2455°-7.4°187° (S)Vela
73P Schwassmann-Wachmann 312.22022-Aug-1355°-17.3°242° (WSW)Virgo
C/2019 T4 ATLAS12.42022-Aug-1348°-25.5°241° (WSW)Virgo
C/2020 V2 ZTF12.72022-Aug-0739°-74.5°325° (NW)Ursa Major
C/2019 U5 PANSTARRS13.42022-Aug-0953°-36.6°274° (W)Coma Berenices
117P Helin-Roman-Alu 113.52022-Jul-29131°55.2°270° (W)Sagittarius
22P Kopff13.62022-Aug-13118°14.7°71° (ENE)Pisces
C/2020 R7 ATLAS13.72022-Jul-25113°44.1°241° (WSW)Scorpius
116P Wild 413.82022-Jul-1943°-28.6°237° (WSW)Virgo
C/2020 K1 PANSTARRS13.92022-Aug-16113°21.1°295° (WNW)Ophiuchus
C/2022 E3 ZTF14.12022-Aug-1396°-6.4°312° (NW)Hercules
285P LINEAR14.72022-Aug-13124°23.6°314° (NW)Hercules
29P Schwassmann-Wachmann 114.92022-Aug-1347°-54.5°96° (E)Auriga
327P Van Ness15.72022-Aug-11120°10.7°59° (ENE)Pisces
P/2022 L3 ATLAS15.92022-Aug-07103°0.9°77° (ENE)Cetus
9P Tempel 116.02022-Aug-06158°65.5°65° (ENE)Piscis Austrinus
Comet observations courtesy of COBS

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