World-famous astroimager Adam Block captured Comet PANSTARRS from Tucson, Arizona, on March 10. He said, "Here is perhaps one of the first views of Comet PANSTARRS from Tucson. This might be a typical view from a city and this image is similar to what it looks like through binoculars. Look for the comet 30 minutes (exactly!) after sunset as it gets a little higher above the horizon each night this week. You will only have about 15 minutes to find and enjoy it before it sets. Needless to say, it is a challenge. The comet will be shown each night from the Mount Lemmon SkyCenter as part of our public shows. The SkyCenter will also publish images of it this week as it becomes more easily seen in the twilight (check our website for updates!)." To get this shot, Block took a 4-second exposure through a Canon EOS 40D DSLR with a Canon EF300mm f/4L IS USM lens set at f/13.