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I think you guys with some flatness to the east of you are able to see it in the hour before sunrise. I don't know if it's going to get further up in our sky or when, but it seems to still be coming... and not going to be diving into the sun... so... having only seen a blur of Hyakutake in 1996 for a few nights, Hale-Bopp being a total dud for me, Halley's Comet didn't even come back as far as I could tell, I think all this comet business is mostly for sighted people who hold their tongues right. I hope this sucker lives up to its promise, but I don't think I want to drive all the time it would take me to get into position to see it, on icy roads, just to find a funny blur in the sky. If it's going to get more spectacular than that, I wish someone would let me know.