Comet Jacques, at magnitude 12.8, is a very dim object. Here is an image of it in the constellation Lyra. This is a fast-moving comet - you can observe its motion in a matter of minutes with a good telescope. This is a series of 19 two-minute exposures, with 24 seconds in between. (8' Meade LX200R, Canon 60D at prime focus, Lepus .62 telecompressor, ISO 1600, Maxim DSLR). Photographed from Port Orchard, Washington.