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PostPosted: Thu Nov 14, 2013 8:58 pm    Post subject:  Reply with quote

http://www.bubblews.com/news/1549714-four-comets-visible-in-november
Four Comets visible in november
11/11/13

There are now four comets visible in binoculars or small telescopes that can be seen before dawn from the northern hemisphere:

1. C/2013 R1 (Lovejoy): A morning comet visible to the naked eye
This comet begins the month in Cancer at magnitude 6.2. Look for a 20' coma. It is easily visible in binoculars as the month begins and as it brightens it should become visible to the unaided eye from a dark site around the morning of the 11th. It should brighten rapidly, moving into Bootes by month's end.

2. C/2012 S1 (ISON): A morning comet visible in binoculars
This comet begins the month in Leo at magnitude 8.7. Look for a 6.5' coma and a 15' tail. It should brighten fairly rapidly, moving into Scorpius by month's end.

3. C/2012 X1 (LINEAR): A northern hemisphere morning comet visible in binoculars
This comet had a large outburst on October 20. It brightened rapidly and images show an expanding coma similar to that of 17P/Holmes in 2007. It begins the month in Coma Berenices at magnitude 8.1. Look for a 9' coma. As of November 1 it was continuing to brighten and the coma is expanding, but it will likely peak soon. Although visible in binoculars a dark site with a clear horizon will be required.

4. 2P/Encke: A morning comet visible in small telescopes
This comet begins the month in Virgo at magnitude 7.3. Look for a 8.5' coma. It should brighten by about 1.1 magnitudes, moving into Libra by month's end. On the morning of the 16th Encke will be in the same binocular field as Mercury.
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PostPosted: Fri Nov 15, 2013 1:56 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

http://news.yahoo.com/comet-ison-...unter-thanksgiving-191746086.html
11/14/13
Comet ISON Headed for Close Sun Encounter on Thanksgiving

Comet ISON's highly anticipated flyby of the sun is now just two weeks away, and scientists and skywatchers alike hope the encounter gives them another reason to be thankful this holiday season.

Comet ISON will skim just 730,000 miles (1.2 million kilometers) above the solar surface on Thanksgiving Day (Nov. 2Cool before heading out into deep space once again. If ISON survives this perilous plunge, the icy wanderer could put on quite a show in the ensuing weeks, becoming visible to the naked eye throughout much of December, experts say.

ISON was discovered by two Russian amateur astronomers in September 2012, giving scientists more than a year to gear up for its dramatic brush with the sun. Researchers have tracked the comet assiduously, training a number of ground- and space-based instruments on ISON as it barrels through the inner solar system. [Potentially Dazzling Comet ISON: 8 Essential Facts]

This NASA-organized Comet ISON Observation Campaign (CIOC) aims to gain a better understanding of ISON's composition, by noting which gases boil off the object at various distances from the sun.

"Another interesting facet of Comet ISON is that it appears to be a dynamically new comet, fresh from the Oort Cloud," CIOC officials write on the campaign's website. "This means it has probably never been through our solar system, and has never been subjected to the melting effects of solar radiation. It's a truly pristine example of early solar system material, and thus we are particularly eager to see the combined result of a 'raw' piece of solar system material being subjected to the sun's outer atmosphere!"

Nobody knows exactly what will happen during ISON's close solar encounter; it's tough to predict the behavior of any comet, especially dynamically new ones such as ISON, whose core is thought to be between 0.12 miles and 1.2 miles (0.2 to 2 kilometers) wide.

However, some scientists have voiced optimism that the object won't break apart, provided it has the density and rotational characteristics of a "typical" comet.

You don't have to wait until Thanksgiving to look for Comet ISON. The icy wanderer is visible in binoculars right now, streaking low in the predawn sky through the constellation Virgo. If you're interesting in buying binoculars or a telescope to search for ISON, check out SPACE.com skywatching columnist Joe Rao's advice here.
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PostPosted: Sat Nov 16, 2013 6:54 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Will Comet ISON break up?
Nov. 16, 2013 †COMET ISON OUTBURST CONTINUES

The abrupt brightening of Comet ISON on Nov. 14th has pushed the comet into the range of our naked eye around the world.
The comet ISON tail has experienced an outburst
The increase in brightness and emergence of multiple gaseous streamers could be caused by fresh veins of ice opening up in the cometís nucleus.
But NASA has no idea. †The cometís nucleus is hidden from view by a hazy green atmosphere.

This could be the cometís death throes like 2000 Comet LINEAR as it plunges toward the sun for on Thanksgiving Day (Nov. 28th). †Comet ISON rises in the east just before the sun.
Dates of special interest include Nov. 17th and 18th when the comet will pass the bright star.
http://theextinctionprotocol.word...stuns-scientists-will-it-break-up
http://spaceweathergallery.com/indiv_upload.php?upload_id=89648
http://spaceweather.com
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PostPosted: Mon Nov 18, 2013 12:19 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

COMET ISON'S SUPER TAIL
Comet's ISON's recent outburst of activity has done more than simply brighten the comet. Whatever exploded from the comet's core also created a spectacularly-long tail, more than 16 million kilometers from end to end. †
http://www.spaceweather.com


November 28, 2013 is Thanksgiving - and the first day of Hannuakah too.
Hannukah is the festival of lights
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PostPosted: Fri Nov 22, 2013 10:49 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

http://spaceweather.com/

SOLAR FLEET PICKS UP COMET ISON:  Because NASA's twin STEREO probes are designed to observe the sun, they can see sundiving comets even when the glare becomes intense. Yesterday, Comet ISON joined Earth, Mercury, and Comet Encke in the field of view of STEREO-A's Heliospheric Imager. Click on the image to view ISON's grand entrance:



"The dark 'clouds' of stuff you see coming from the right are density enhancements in the solar wind, and these are what are causing all the ripples you see in comet Encke's tail," explains Karl Battams of NASA's Comet ISON Observing Campaign. "I can pretty much promise you that we're going to see ISON's tail doing that in a couple of day's time, but on a much larger scale!"

Battams points out another exciting development: Comet Encke and Comet ISON are converging for a photogenic close encounter. "No they're not going to hit each other - in reality they are millions of miles apart - but as seen from the STEREO-A spacecraft, they are going to get very close!" he says. "We are probably a couple of days away from seeing two comets almost side-by-side in that camera, with long tails flowing behind them in the solar wind. To say that such an image will be unprecedented is rather an understatement." Stay tuned for that.

ISON, THE DAWN COMET:  Comet ISON is plunging toward the sun and brightening as it heads for a perilous close encounter on Nov. 28th. Yesterday morning, with the "final countdown" clock at T-7 days, Juan Carlos Casado photographed the sundiver over the Teide Observatory in the Canary Islands:



"The comet is over the distant island of Gran Canaria," he says, "while in the central cloud we can see the planet Mercury. ISON was at the limit of naked-eye visibility, but it was an easy target for my SLR camera with a small telephoto lens (85 mm focal length) on a static tripod and 6 seconds of exposure."

Because Comet ISON is moving into the rosy glow of dawn, it will soon be impossible for cameras on Earth to track it. Fortunately, NASA's fleet of solar spacecraft are able to follow the comet into the glare. NASA's STEREO-A spacecraft has already picked up Comet ISON. In the days ahead, STEREO-B, SOHO and the Solar Dynamics Observatory will join the hunt, providing continuous views all the way to perihelion (closest approach to the sun) on Nov. 28th.
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PostPosted: Mon Nov 25, 2013 12:00 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

http://news.yahoo.com/icy-comet-s...lose-encounter-sun-152843378.html
11/24/13
Will icy comet survive close encounter with sun?

CAPE CANAVERAL, Fla. (AP) ó For months, all eyes in the sky have pointed at the comet that's zooming toward a blisteringly close encounter with the sun.

The moment of truth comes Thursday ó Thanksgiving Day.

The sun-grazing Comet ISON, now thought to be less than a mile wide, will either fry and shatter, victim of the sun's incredible power, or endure and quite possibly put on one fabulous celestial show.

Talk about an astronomical cliffhanger.

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PostPosted: Tue Nov 26, 2013 5:39 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Is ISON a prophecy of the U.S.A.?

Comet viewing

Comparing ISON to Mcnaught.  The sun shoots Comets as they near it.
Comet ISON closest approach to the sun on Nov. 28th at dawn.
Comet Ison approach, perihelion and departure
Comet has fragmented into at least 2 pcs inside the major portion of the head.
Now WHY does that sentance remind me of the U.S.A?  

Comparing ISON to Mcnaught
http://beforeitsnews.com/space/20...-2013-1030-pst-video-2470424.html

Comet Ison approach, perihelion and departure
http://cometison.gsfc.nasa.gov" target="_blank">


Violence is everywhere! but you do not come to save.
Must I forever see these evil deeds? Why must I watch all this misery?
Wherever I look, I see destruction and violence.
I am surrounded by people who love to argue and fight.
The law has become paralyzed, and there is no justice in the courts.
The wicked far outnumber the righteous, so that justice has become perverted.
Habakkuk 1
http://biblehub.com/nlt/habakkuk/1.htm

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PostPosted: Tue Nov 26, 2013 6:18 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

http://news.yahoo.com/comet-will-...unter-with-the-sun-145951765.html
11/26/13
Comet will light up the sky if it survives close encounter with the sun

Comet ISON might offer one of the most amazing sky shows ever seen ó if it isnít destroyed by a close encounter with the sun over Thanksgiving.
Some astronomers have already dubbed the ball of dirt and ice the ďComet of the Century,Ē but ISON could break apart as it passes through the sunís atmosphere on Nov. 28.

Scientists hope that remote spacecraft that monitor the sun will be able to get a close look at ISON as the comet is baked by the sunís radiation and buffeted by solar ejections.

"We're going to be roasting a ball of ice while people are roasting their turkeys,Ē Karl Battams, an astrophysicist at the U.S. Naval Research Laboratory, in Washington, D.C., told NPR.

If the comet survives its encounter with the sun, Earth watchers will have an incredible view in the early weeks of December as ISON emerges from behind the sun and approaches closer and closer, scientists say.

NASA has even created the hashtag #WillItBreakUp so Twitter users interested in the comet can find one another and share their observations.

ISON emerged from the Oort cloud, a vast area beyond Pluto made up of cosmic debris left over from the formation of the solar system, and has been headed toward Earth for the past million years.

First spotted by two Russian astronomers a year ago, the comet is named after the International Scientific Optical Network, or ISON. The Russians relied on data from the network of scientists working at 20 observatories in 10 countries to pinpoint the comet.

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PostPosted: Wed Nov 27, 2013 10:09 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Mysterious Comet ISON Screaming Past The Sun: Where To Watch Thanksgiving Toast In Space

11/27/13

The much-awaited showy comet, on Thanksgiving Day, will scream past the surface of the Sun, skimming over the roiling surface of our star at a height of just 1.1 million kilometers (700,000 miles). Could light up with one of the most spectacular sights of a generation, shining mightily, or blast off chunks of itself, or disintegrate completely during this close encounter, we do not know what exactly will happen.

But you can watch the whole thing live on Google+! NASA is holding a live video Hangout on G+ during ISON's perihelion passage (peri = close, helion = Sun, so perihelion is the closest point in an object's orbit to the Sun). The event is from 18:00 - 20:30 UTC (1:00 - 3:30 p.m. EST).

There will be live feed from NASA's SOHO Sun-observing satellite and from the Kitt Peak Observatory solar telescope.

Moreover, there will be a live talk about the comet, the Sun, and what astronomers will be seeing on the screen, according to Slate.com.

more: http://www.designntrend.com/artic...here-watch-thanksgiving-toast.htm

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