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I have attempted to observe the comet three times so far, and I haven't succeeded once. The best was a blur that I THINK was NEOWISE, but it was so dim I cannot be sure.

Disappointing. Just let me see the big steaming rock from my back garden, you coward. *shakes hand at sky*

@annathecrow

It's been overcast pretty much every night here for, well, forever ;-)

My wife thinks she saw a smear that might have been it, but even with the monocular I couldn't swear that I saw it.

Bloody clouds.

@AspiringLuddite same here. Either it's overcast or it's too low above the horizon to escape the city glow.

I could go out and look for a better observation point, but without a car traveling at night is more bother than I'm willing to go through.

@annathecrow

We're on the western edge of our relatively small town, so the city glow usually isn't too bad. It's just Norfolk - if it isn't overcast, that's because it's raining.

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