Last night I went to bed with a sore throat. It woke me up at 3:00, so I got up 
to make a soothing hot drink. That was lucky, as it turned out. A little later, 
and a little colder, I was writing this:

3:45 AM 13°F The moon has gone behind the hill. There are some light clouds, 
but the region surrounding Polaris has opened up decently. Through a high, thin 
the comet C/2022 E3 (ZTF) is visible in binoculars as a green smudge at the tip 
of the Dragon’s tail. It will be in Camelopardalis (the Giraffe) by tonight. 
Clear skies are forecast!

I’ve got my spotting scope to put on it, if the forecast comes true.



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