How to Best View Comet ISON’s Closest Flyby to the Sun (Thursday, November 28)

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This new view of Comet ISON was taken with the TRAPPIST national telescope at ESO's La Silla Observatory on the morning of Nov. 15. (Photo: E. Jehin/ESO)This new view of Comet ISON was taken with the TRAPPIST national telescope at ESO’s La Silla Observatory on the morning of Nov. 15. (Photo: E. Jehin/ESO)

Stephen Cook: This comet is being noted for many things, including its positive energetic flow-on to us all. For a complete overview of how to view Comet ISON, check out the links within this article. The Mother Nature Network report is particularly good.

By Jenalyn Villamarin, IBT – November 26, 2013 | Thanks to Golden Age of Gaia.

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The close flyby of the 2013 Comet ISON to the Sun on Thursday, November 28, brings a rare celestial viewing opportunity. Given below are some safe tips on how to best view the “Comet of the Century” on perihelion day.

In the Huff Post Science report, the astronomers currently believe that Comet ISON is rapidly brightening up, therefore making the space object easily visible…

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