This image of Comet Lovejoy has been taken on December 6 2013, 1 hour before sunrise. It is a 5 minute exposure taken using the 150mm f/4.5 astrograph of the iTelescope.net facility in Spain. The image shows nice details about the tail.
The comet is currently about 87 million km from Earth, and it is approaching its perihelion, which will be on Dec 25.
Further resources about comet Lovejoy:
Comet 154P/Brewington, captured using the 430mm f6.8 astrograph of the iTelescope facility in Siding Springs. The comet is currently in pegasus, about 241 million km from the Sun and 175 million km from Earth.
Still too early to predict visibility for next weeks though.
What remains of the comet seems quite bright, though it’s probably too early to predict what will be visible in the next weeks.
The algorithm according to which real time distances and speeds are computed by TheSkyLive has been changed and improved in accuracy. This is a summary of the changes.