This week, be sure to pull out some binoculars and head to the nearest clear western horizon to be treated to views of Comet Pan-STARRS! Comet Pan-STARRS should be easily visible in binoculars and even small telescopes. I was able to see it with the unaided eye. Look west, and about a fist’s width (held out at arm’s length) below the moon tonight (the 13th). Here are a few photographs I took last night:
A widefield with the moon. This might help you locate it.
Here are some closeups I took through my telescope.