A new comet discovered in late July 2021, is now approaching the inner solar system. The comet was named C/2021 O3 (PanSTARRS) after the Pan-STARRS telescope that first observed it on July 26, 2021. It is the 1.8-meter diameter telescope located at Haleakala Observatory, Hawaii, US. At the moment, the comet has a visual magnitude of 20, and it's located in the constellation Pegasus. Interestingly, the comet’s orbit appears to be parabolic. It is moving on a highly elongated elliptical orbit and most likely belongs to the long-period comets. Observations allowed scientists to calculate its orbit, which shows it will be at perihelion (closest to the sun) around April 20-21, 2022. The comet’s closest distance to Earth will follow this event. It’ll be closest to our planet around May 7-9, 2022. If it survives the perihelion, the PanSTARRS comet might become a naked-eye object or, at least, a binocular target. Stay Tuned!