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    We haven’t had a good easy-to-see comet in quite a while, but beginning in December and through most of 2017 we will have several binocular and telescopic comets to view. The first we’ll be able to see is Comet 45P/Honda-Mrkos-Pajdušáková, which will appear low on the western horizon on December 15th. On that date, the comet will pass the pretty globular cluster M75. By the 21st, it will appear edge-on, sporting a bluish-green head and a thin, sharp view of the fan-shaped tail. On New Years Eve, the comet and the crescent moon will rendezvous to say farewell to 2016. A “periodic” comet is a previously-identified comet that’s on a return visit. Periodic comet 45P returns to the inner solar system every 5.25 years, and that’s the one that will help us ring in the new year.
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    Yayyyyyyyyyyyyyy!
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    z3r010 said: View Post
    what is the normal time?
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    February 10 / February 11, 2017 — Penumbral Lunar Eclipse


    The penumbral lunar eclipse will be visible from Europe, most of Asia, Africa and most of North America.
    Source: Time and Date | Feb 10, 2017 at 22:34:14 UTC

    Remember to adjust your time against the UTC time. In my case I'm -5hours or 17:34:14 = 5:34:14pm EST. Scroll down a bit to, Where to See the Eclipse and click on Expand for cities where penumbral eclipse is visible to help adjust your time, or use this time zone map. Ask for help if you're not sure.
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