Like your dedication! Quoting: sssss
I agree that Ison will be significant, whether it be a Kachina star or Nibiru or maybe even both, not sure.
I leaning towards the Blue kachina tho, the previous comets thought to be where not significant enough to warn people of a new world coming. This this has to be big! like comet ISON!
"it is expected to be 15x brighter than a full moon, and will remain in the sky for the naked eye for months"
Honestly cant wait, intuition is screaming that this comet will be something!
To say it with the words of Forrest Gump:
"Comets are like a box of chocolates - you never know what you're gonna get."
The current development of the light curve shows a peak brightness of -13 mag at 2013 Nov. 28, 18:00 UTC. That is as bright as the full moon - not 15 times as bright.
But this peak brightnes the comet will reach only at some hours around perihelion (his closest approach to the sun).
The day before and after the perihelion the estimated brightnes is only -3.8 mag, about the brightness of Venus.
Unfortunately at this time (Perihelion +/- 1 day) the comet is too close to the sun to be observable without special equipment (simulating a solar eclipse - don't know the englisch word, in german it's "Protoberanzenansatz"). Nevertheless it will be in the Lasco images at that time.
A more reliable brightness estimation can be made in July/August (at best) - at the moment the development is lower than expected.
Estimated brightness of C/2012 S1 (ISON) - perihelion +/- 1.5 days.