By Andrew Follett
The comet C/2015 V2 Johnson will fly close enough to Earth for amateurs to spot in the summer sky, according to Universe Today.
Amateur star gazers can currently see the comet with binoculars. The comet will be closest to Earth on June 5, but the best time to view the comet will be May 25 when a new moon will darken the skies. The comet poses no threat to Earth.