A newly discovered comet is currently visible in binoculars and even with the naked eye from dark sky locations. At the time of this writing, Comet Pojmanski is shinning at magnitude 5.5.
The comet can be seen low on the eastern horizon during morning twilight from mid-northern latitudes starting on February 27. It makes the closest approach to Earth on March 5th and then begins to fade as it goes out into the far reaches of the solar system.
Binoculars will be your best instrument to view Comet Pojmanski. Look for a fuzzy nucleus with a trailing tail.