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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/2023 H2 Lemmon8.62023-Nov-2775°-9.8°232° (SW)Grus
62P Tsuchinshan9.02023-Nov-26107°6.0°72° (ENE)Leo
12P Pons-Brooks9.22023-Nov-2967°-8.0°326° (NW)Lyra
103P Hartley10.02023-Nov-25105°-0.5°100° (E)Hydra
C/2020 V2 ZTF11.02023-Nov-1685°-2.6°219° (SW)Grus
C/2021 S3 PANSTARRS11.22023-Nov-2547°-59.9°116° (ESE)Centaurus
C/2023 P1 Nishimura11.52023-Nov-2250°-56.9°121° (ESE)Centaurus
C/2023 H5 Lemmon11.52023-Nov-0679°-23.7°79° (ENE)Leo
C/2017 K2 PANSTARRS12.02023-Nov-24142°35.0°127° (SE)Monoceros
C/2022 E2 ATLAS14.22023-Nov-19105°1.8°82° (E)Leo
C/2023 A3 Tsuchinshan-ATLAS14.52023-Nov-2829°-62.6°22° (NNE)Virgo
29P Schwassmann-Wachmann 115.02023-Nov-25121°19.2°77° (ENE)Cancer
144P Kushida16.02023-Nov-24156°72.9°212° (SSW)Aries
Comet observations courtesy of COBS

Never attempt to observe objects close to the sun without taking the proper precautions. In particular, never point optical instruments near the sun and look through them, or you risk permanent eye damage or blindness.