Luxornv wrote in post #15709158
Does anyone know any good spots around the Chicago suburbs to view this? I did happen to see it Sunday when I took a ride out past Joliet. I however was unable to photograph it because the clouds covered it up before I could set up my camera.
- Go on top of the tallest building you can,
- Face the West side, set up your tripod and camera,
- wait about 30 to 40 minutes after sun set.
- If you extend your arm with your hand fist's lower border touching the horizon (Asuming there not many tall obsticles at horizon) PanStarr would be right at the level of top of your fist.
- If at visible tonight, it should be again to the left of moon.
- If you look on or after 16 of March it will be just to the left of moon,
- Every night moving more to the right.
- It will set soon so don't think of any excuse for being late. You won't see it.
- When you got the picture, upload it right here!
- Have fun.