Comet Lovejoy is still visible to observers in the northern hemisphere but it’s no longer visible to the unaided eye. If you have binoculars or a telescope, you can catch the magnitude 5.8 comet midway between Cassiopeia and Almach, the last star at the end of Andromeda.
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Left image taken by the author using Slooh. Right image courtesy of Mobile Observatory.
21:54 UT – Mercury is at half phase. (50% illuminated, magnitude 0.2, diameter 7.5”. Capricornus, pre-dawn sky.)
13:20 UT – The just-past new Moon passes Neptune. (Neptune: magnitude 8.0, diameter 2.2”. Aquarius, not visible.)
Learn more about every upcoming astronomical event in 2015 An Astronomical Year (Kindle eBook) and The Astronomical Almanac (2015-2019) (Kindle eBook) and The Astronomical Almanac (2015-2019) (Paperback Edition).
The Amateur Astronomer’s Notebook allows astronomers to log 150 observing sessions and includes an appendix of hundreds of suggested deep sky objects.