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"ISON" COMET of the Century Coming in 2013!! "Brighter than a full moon" The biggest star of 2013!!
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[quote:--Voltaic--:MV8yMDk1MjczXzM1MzA5ODc2XzJGQUMxMjk5] The speed at which the comet will travel from the northern hemisphere to the southern hemisphere of the Sun is amazing. Only about 8 hours time. If this comet is visible during daylight hours, it may be possible to watch it happen. The approach is VERY close and believe me, this comet will out gas substantially. Being on the opposite side of the Sun, Earth lines up just right and we may get a dazzling reflection of an astro-rainbow around the Sun. It could be jaw droppingly amazing! [/quote]
Wednesday 26 December 2012
At the moment it is a faint object, visible only in sophisticated telescopes as a point of light moving slowly against the background stars. It doesn't seem much – a frozen chunk of rock and ice – one of many moving in the depths of space. But this one is being tracked with eager anticipation by astronomers from around the world, and in a year everyone could know its name.
By late November it will be visible to the unaided eye just after dark in the same direction as the setting Sun.
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The comet that could outshine the MOON in 2013: Sky-gazers anticipating object so bright it could even be visible in daylight
Comet ISON is expected to draw millions into the dark to witness a flyby expected to outshine that of even Hale-Bopp (pictured) in 1997.
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