The little comet is much harder to get when immersed in moon glow -- even with video astro to assist the effort. It seem slightly smaller from the last time I sketched it but it may just be the overwhelming moon glow. The nucleus region that is extremely bright is smaller; the very faint green can still be seen; the tail is about 1.5 times the length that I sketched. For astro video users, the moon glow was so intense (1/4 moon 40 degrees away and just path zenith) that the normal settings with any gain froze the video integration process, which is a safety feature. I had to turn the gain off and still could not go beyond 28 second integration (56 is max).
The next 3 days will be very hard for observation but after that I will take another whack at it.
Observation time: 1030 pm EST
Sketch time: 35 minutes