C / 2022 E3（ZTF）---Which is discovered on March 2, 2022 by astronomers Bryce Bolin and Frank Masci using the Zwicky Transient Facility (ZTF) observational astronomical survey.
It is a long period comet from the Oort cloud, and has an estimated orbital period of 50,000 years, which is why it has been nicknamed the Neanderthal comet; in fact, its last perihelia occurred when Neanderthals walked the earth. That means if you miss this chance to find and capture it , you may never see it again!
It exhibits a green glow around its nucleus, probably given by the presence of diatomic carbon. The ion tail on Jan. 17 underwent a disconnection event, a creation of discontinuity in the tail probably caused by a coronal mass ejection from the sun hitting it.
Its magnitude is about 5-6th magnitude, the limit of naked eye visibility. In clear, dark skies, you may notice faint spots of light. Optics will help a lot: a telescope will help you see the tail of the comet, which is now moving out of the solar system and gradually getting brighter. It is estimated that at perigee, the minimum point of distance from Earth, which will be reached on Feb. 1, 2023. That's tomorrow!