A comet by the name Pan-STARRS will be visible on March 12 in the low west sky, very close to the crescent moon, a press release from the B.M. Birla Science Centre said on Saturday.

Though it is visible in these days in the western sky near the constellations of Pisces, Pegasus and Andromeda, one may require binoculars or a small telescope to see the comet, the press note added.