Comet C/2011 L4 PanSTARRS has been gracing our evening skies for a few weeks now and a number of CAG members have enjoyed clear skies and the opportunity to observe it. During early April the comet will pass nearby the Andromeda Galaxy (M31) forming a memorable pairing visible in the night sky using binoculars......
It is circumpolar during April (does not set below the horizon), but it is probably best viewed around 2 hours after sunset, when it can be found at a low altitude above the north western horizon.
A superb timelapse taken by CAG member Maciej Winiarczyk showing the comet above Ackergill Tower can be seen here:
Numerous locally taken photos of the comet can be found here on the Caithness Photos Facebook group.