The comet was easily located between the extended "V" shape caused by the Haydes cluster in Taurus. The comet was passing the yellowish 6.18 mag. star HIP23589 just south of Iota Tauri. The soft glow of a fan shaped tail followed a small brighter nucleus surrounded by a faint coma as the comet moved along. Watching it pass by HIP23589 was a nice sight indeed!
Sketch showes position about 7:45pm. Movement was to the left requiring about an hour to move about the same distance on the other side of the star.