Wow! Stargazer Snaps Amazing Photos of Comet ISON
John Chumack sent SPACE.com this photo of comet ISON's nucleus taken on the morning of Oct. 9 from his dark-sky site at John Bryan State Park in Yellow Springs, Ohio.
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#1 Oct 26, 2013
I sure hope it lives up to its billing! The last good comet sighting I enjoyed here in Denver was Hale-Bopp back in the '90s. Even if ISON doesn't become a daylight comet, it should be remarkable; especially since it survived its flyby of the Sun.
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