Sun-diving Comet ISON is still alive after close encounter with sun according to NASA
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11/28/2013 06:42 AM
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[link to www.cnn.com]Quoting: geminilion
"Hopes are high that ISON will survive its Thanksgiving Day close encounter with the sun -- skimming 730,000 miles above its surface -- and emerge to put on a big sky show. It might even become visible to the naked eye, meaning everyone might be able see it, not just those with good telescopes."
Let the games begin! December 26 being touted as the date it will be the closest to the earth.
I know lots of you have been tracking this comet with fervor, opinions please.
Omg not another date. I'm becoming doom-date weary
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