As the end of 2016 is celebrated around the world, fireworks won't be the only thing lighting up the night sky.
On New Year's Eve, comet Honda-Mrkos-Pajduáková, known as 45P, will be visible near the crescent moon, according to AccuWeather.
Comet 45P is a short period comet, orbiting the sun every 5.25 years.
AccuWeather says the comet has a "bluish-green head and a fan shaped tail" and will be best seen with a pair of binoculars.
For anybody that misses the comet on New Year's Eve, comet 45P will pass by again on Feb. 11 at its maximum brightness, according to AccuWeather.