"The comet is called Lulin, and there's a chance it can be seen with the naked eye — far from city lights, astronomers say. But you'll most likely need a telescope, or at least binoculars, to spot it.Okay -- people, its a comet ... NOT a UFO.
The best opportunity is just before dawn one-third of the way up the southern sky. It should be near Saturn and two bright stars, Spica and Regula.
On Monday at 10:43 p.m. EST, it will be 38 million miles from Earth, the closest it will ever get, according to Donald Yeomans, manager of NASA's Near Earth Object program."
Lets not see a bunch of videos on the news stations or YouTube asking "What is it?" or stating "UFO over Dallas" or "Alien Invasion in Virginia" ....
ITS A COMET - and yes its green ... so it probably has lots of copper in it (for you Trekkies out there you know exactly what episode I'm thinking of)