Tonight is probably your best opportunity to see Comet PanSTARRS, if you’re fortunate enough to have clear skies and a good view of the crescent moon. Under the right conditions, the comet is visible to the naked eye.

All of you Queen fans do know that guitarist Brian May is also an astrophysicist, right?

Even those who didn’t see the comet were treated to some spectacular sunsets.

  • J. Cox

    Had a very nice red sunset,too many clouds though.Guess I will have to be luckier come Nov.

  • mwill

    saw it tonight….to me it looked like picture #2….really hard to see

  • GaryTheBrave

    Wouldn’t it be easier to see in a darker sky?

    • mwill

      one would think so but where it is you have to take what bou can get

    • justinc

      It’s too close to the sun. By the time it’s fully dark, it would be below the horizon. Same reason you only see Venus for a short time after sunset.

    • almarquardt

      Since it’s so “close” to the sun, it can only be seen right at sunset. Any later and it disappears underneath the horizon.

  • CrossWinds

    The Bible in Revelations warns us of a huge Asteroid that will hit earth during the Great Tribulation period that is coming……..Turn to the Lord who Loved, died and rose again for you………..He will come into your heart if you sincerely ask Him, by giving you the Holy Spirit and Eternal Life..

    …………Revelation8: 8-11……..8 The second angel blew his trumpet. Then something that looked like a big mountain burning with fire was thrown into the sea. And a third of the sea became blood. 9 And a third of the created beings in the sea died, and a third of the ships were destroyed. 10 Then the third angel sounded: And a great star fell from heaven, burning like a torch, and it fell on a third of the rivers and on the springs of water. 11 The name of the star is Wormwood. A third of the waters became wormwood, and many men died from the water, because it was made bitter.

  • Linda Kitten Wall

    That’s why I lose it every time for the last three days, foliage and the horizon dip