This topic is all about providing every amateur astronomer the tools needed to point your telescope in the right direction for tracking the Elenin Comet (Wiki). You must have Google Earth (download) installed on your computer that hopefully has sufficient capabilities to execute a file that holds all the Elenin coordinates. Open your Google Earth program and hit 'View' then 'Explore' then 'Sky.' Elements and Ephemeris for C/2010 X1 (Elenin) Now open the link and move down until you see the KML file link: http://ubasti.cfa.harvard.edu/~cgi/BuildKML?o=CK10X010&d=c Download the KML file to your computer. Now with Google Sky running execute the file. Some people have complained that their system cannot perform this function. You should be looking at a series of yellow pins showing the daily position of our ELE object like this: http://i29.photobucket.com/albums/c266/Terral03/ELE.jpg Zoom in carefully to note the pinned information shows the dates that came from the ELE coordinate data. Now you can pinpoint the exact location of this object, before heading out to use the telescope. ELEnin Current Position: http://i29.photobucket.com/albums/c266/Terral03/ELE472011.jpg Today our Elenin object passes directly over 58 Leo in the direction of a straight line drawn between 58 Leo and 59 Leo above. Tomorrow (4/09/2011) this Elenin object crosses that 58 Leo/59 Leo line directly in between these two reference points. This ELEnin object (link) will be located directly below NGC 3423 on 4/17/2011 going into 4/18/2011. Happy hunting.