Watch| Fireworks aren't the only reason to look up at this sky this New Year's Eve.
As we are ringing in the new year, NASA says a comet will be close to the moon and visible to people looking west.
Comet 45P/Honda-Mrkos-Pajduáková, which was named after the astronomers who discovered it, takes 5.25 years to complete one orbit.
Here's a look at its orbit.
The comet will likely appear dim to the naked eye and will have a blueish-green head and a thin, fan-shaped tail.
CNN suggests visiting TheSkyLive.com to determine whether the comet will be visible in your location on New Year's Eve.