On November 11th, comet C/2023 H2 will be just under 29 million kilometers from Earth. Located in the constellation Hercules and with an apparent magnitude of approximately 5.76. In places with little light pollution it should be possible (with great difficulty) to observe the comet with the naked eye.
The comet passed perihelion on October 29th and is only expected to return in 3,900 years (really soon). The comet's Aphelion is 246 AU (36,000 million kilometers) from the Sun.
In the Astronomical Observation sessions on November 10th and 11th, it will be possible to observe the comet for the last time until November 28th year 5895.