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Comet ISON UK observers thread...Post YOUR Comet ISON sighting here from around the UK!
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[quote:Anonymous Coward 35899451:MV8yMzQxMTg4XzM5OTkwNzkzX0E2ODI0NTM5] [quote:Anonymous Coward 46230678:MV8yMzQxMTg4XzM5OTkwNzE2XzFFMzEzQkJF] OP, yesterday evening I saw what appeared to be a comet in the sky (Liverpool). At first I thought it was a cloud, but I found it really odd that there wasn't a single cloud in the sky apart from this 'one'. As I looked closer, it looked like it had a tail behind it (very clearly so infact), and I called my wife out to have a look. She remarked that she thought it was a comet, yet it didn't have a bright corona or anything (no signs of out gassing). I hadn't heard anything about a comet making a pass of earth, so I decided to forget about it and go back in doors. [/quote] [b] I think I might have seen it too?[/b] I noticed a comet like cloud shape very high up from North West heading South East around 21:00 or there abouts. Just as the stars we appearing. It might have been a small asteroid high up in the atmosphere, would fit as several asteroid flybys been reported today?! Don't know about you guys but my connection is running very, very slow too today?! :spock: [/quote]
Well it's just under a month before
reaches Mars and the
story behind this unearthly visitor will start to unfold...
I'm starting this thread for all UK observers to share their observations and thoughts...
If you post could you please give your approximate location so we can have a reference for others who may just wish to follow!
Let history commence...
Well firstly I'm based in Shrewsbury, pretty much central UK. I've been watching the North Eastern sky every morning for around an hour
So far I haven't seen it although NASA said it would rise higher towards the end of the month!
So, where is it? Has anybody seen it?
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