You may already have marked your sky watching calendar for today’s date and into tomorrow. Lots happening!
A comet is visiting our area and that is always a treat. To me it is a hunt to see if I can find it, see it and watch it for a bit. Comet 45P/Honda-Mrkos-Pajdušáková, which will soon sweep closest to Earth. Its closest point will come on February 11, 2017 at around 8 UTC. The UTC relates to Universal Time. Here is a link to a map and some info about it. http://earthsky.org/astronomy-essentials/universal-time. This particular object is often called the Green Comet, which sounds like something right out of a sci-fi novel. (awesome)
Some viewers are stating that before dawn in the western part of the sky using the sun as the point. Give it a try.
Also, remember the moon is still bright in the winter skies.
The lunar eclipse tonight (10th) is what I call a soft eclipse. However, if you are in North America and up in the Greenland area give a look-see. Remember sky-viewing is always a “maybe” as it depends on cloud cover.