At magnitude 4.3, Comet Lovejoy is still easily visible in the western skies around 9pm local time. Look for it with binoculars (or the naked eye if your skies are dark enough) close to 39 and 41 Arietis, the stars at the end of Aries.
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Images Courtesy of Mobile Observatory.
Asteroid 2 Pallas leaves Hercules and returns to Ophiuchus. (Magnitude 9.4. Pre-dawn sky.)
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