Comet Ison in Photos and Video

The best time to see Comet ISON should be early December, after its November 28 perihelion - or closest point to the sun - IF the comet survives!

By late December, Comet ISON will have moved so far north on the sky's dome that it'll become circumpolar, visible in both the morning and evening.  This chart shows the evening view of ISON in late December and early January.


Read art posts and articles published about Comet Ison on Screenshots News Blog here.

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3 thoughts on “Comet Ison in Photos and Video

  1. “Good Post!”

    Hi Chase!

    Hope you’re doing well!

    “WE” have “faith” which is more than most people can say these days! “They” may have the money, BUT “WE” have and continue to spread the “TRUTH!!!”

    Take Care and God Bless!!!

    You are ALWAYS in my Prayers!!!


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