A couple of CAS Members have reported sucess;
Got it! Saw it this evening (28 March) just after 8pm. Quite close to M31 and just a bit brighter. A classic comet, with a fairly well defined nucleus and fan tail, pointing upwards away from the horizon. I found it with the help of the chart here
Well worth looking for if the next few nights are clear.
Robin managed to capture this image from his garden;
|C/2011 L4 Panstarrs: Robin Leadbeater (Stack of 10 images)|
Still an easy binocular object, visible from around 19:45 UT using alpha and beta Andromedae (Alpheratz and Mirach) as pointers, visible well before the comet). This snapshot (stack of 10 images) taken from the back garden at 20:24 UT 27-3-2013
I've seen the comet on the past two evenings. A really nice sight last night (28th March) when the sky was darker before the moon had risen. Very clear in my 15 x 70 binocular and also visible in a small pair of 10 x 35 binoculars.
Don't forget there is plenty of advice and updates on PANSTARRS over at Stuart Atkinson's 'Waiting for ISON' blog on the dedicated PANSTARRS page.
When you find it, why not leave a comment on this post?
Good luck and clear skies,