A new Comet Lovejoy, designated C/2014 Q2, is heading our way out of deep space and out of the deep southern sky. The object may brighten to 5th magnitude from late December through a greater part of of January as it climbs into excellent viewing position for the Northern Hemisphere, high in the dark winter night.
The New Comet Lovejoy, C/2014 G2
Imaged by Gerald Rhemann
In the early part of January, there will be a collaboration between Insight Observatory and Kohout-Dingley Observatory in Kingston, MA (located at the Sacred Heart School campus) for a community viewing session with the recently installed 11" Schmidt-Cassegrain telescope. Please check back on our website for exact dates and time.
Source: Binocular Comet Lovejoy Heading Our Way - By: Alan MacRobert.