The comet 240P/NEAT
From Ashburn , 240P/NEAT is visible in the evening sky, becoming accessible at around 20:29 (EDT) as the dusk sky fades, 54° above your eastern horizon. It will then reach its highest point in the sky at 23:34, 86° above your northern horizon. It will continue to be observable until around 06:00, when it sinks to 22° above your north-western horizon.
Object Type Comet
|Right Ascension:||10h37m |
19.54 lightmin 
|Absolute Mag (V):||44.84|
|Semi-major axis:||3.87 AU|
|Longitude ascending node:||74.93°|
|Argument of perihelion:||352.07°|
|Epoch of elements:||21 March 2019|
|Mean Anomaly at epoch:||40.15°|
|Orbital period:||7.62 years|
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Magnitudes estimates are derived from observations sent into the BAA Comet Section, as compiled by Jonathan Shanklin and last updated on 1 March 2018. We use these amateur observations in preference to the MPC's magnitude estimates, since they are updated much more often. Nonetheless, all comets are intrinsically unpredictable objects, and future magnitude estimates must always be taken with a pinch of salt.