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ISON Has Grown Wings? 2013 HD


  • Startrekkin#

    Startrekkin November 21, 2013 10:54:15 AM CET

    It reminds me very much of the blue katchina of Hopi prophecy

  • Michael777#

    Michael777 November 21, 2013 5:12:31 AM CET

    Sure hope it makes it through its close encounter with our sun in a week or so, because this comet could really put on a great show it if does...

  • Fatrock386#

    Fatrock386 November 21, 2013 4:40:17 AM CET

    Can you say Winged Destroyer?

  • iglali2#

    iglali2 November 20, 2013 7:38:16 AM CET

    I see: that little planet Ison is an great geometrical precize object with engine.

  • Chronicnerd#

    Chronicnerd November 19, 2013 9:22:35 PM CET

    Yes...to the trails...
    A few months ago everyone was "bothered" by the forward facing jet streams coming off of ISON.
    ISON had an *explosion* in the core about 48 hours ago somewhere between the 16th and 17th.
    What we are seeing with this is the rapid acceleration of ISON *plus* the now very active forward facing jet streams that are shooting out in a more "forward facing" relative position to the comet and the Sun.
    The "bending" effect is nothing more than the particles:
    Horizontal velocity vector relative to the sun facing vector of ISON
    The particles being attracted to ISON's core *AND*
    The particles being bombarded by solar wind as it approaches the Sun (as you approach the average density of solar wind particles increases).

    Not all comets have such pronounced forward facing jet streams...and as such this is a *special* event to witness... but I am going to have to pull out Occam's razor theory and say that the most likely scenario is what we are looking at here.

    Just a comet with forward facing jet streams which are putting on a spectacular show.

    Now... the fact that it *is* jetting like this...and the fact that it *did* have an explosion means that there is a *good* chance that:
    It could melt completely during its closest approach to the Sun. (best case scenario)

    It could *explode* once more, which could cause the coma to increase even more, not to mention its already 16 Million Kilometer tail which is about 12x wider than our sun (the tail's length not width). Depending upon the comet's makeup (which will be determined as it passes mercury as NASA is pointing one of their Mercury SATs at it I believe today)... but from previous Comet's that exploded and their Coma sizes...the coma *could* become big enough to have its outer edges "graze" the Earth on its way out. (A potentially bad scenario, but we have never had the earth enter the coma of a comet).

    It could *rupture* completely, causing large fragments of the comet to randomly shoot out on its outward trajectory in a fashion that could land one or two of the fragments close to Earth and/or impact Earth. (worst case scenario).

    Other than the above... it is just a comet...with some cool coloring and FX to boot!

  • forrestcarr#

    forrestcarr November 19, 2013 8:40:09 PM CET

    Comets have played a role in disasters throughout human history. I write about this in my science fiction novel, "A Journal of the Crazy Year." Comet ISON plays a starring role in that. Find it on Amazon or check out my website (the address for which is my name plus dot com.)

  • Endtimeman#

    Endtimeman November 19, 2013 8:22:37 PM CET

    Isn't it following the usual specs of a mass body to gain in acceleration as it approaches the vicinity of our Star: truth it will hold unless it suddenly begin decelerate or alter course drastically. Moreover I must point out as I once did before: from my observations and corroborating data I have gotten some from here, it is highly supposing that a Comet or Asteroid this close neighbor of ours, the Nibiru system, which is shown to have one circle a path of destruction impinging into our own, hardly ever altering its course--Bang! smash bang! it will go if such a massive body just happen to coincide another massive in it's path, thus our Asteroid Belt is born after having been impacted by another body travelling roughly at Mach 6 or 7 if not faster--quite a calamity it was with impact craters of the nexus of the blast with the greatest impact and furthest with the least. I would summarize it was a good thing that those super giant planet where the nearest by to suck up the biggest of those Asteroid fragments seeing they would have exercised the greatest geomagnetic pull toward those massive planets, that can contain hundred times a hundred of our planet within them, who's gravitational pull is similar to that of Neutron star if come slow or close to be swallowed up. So on, the smallest fragment would have headed inward towards the other planets and the Sun. Nevertheless as most of you on this know we really nothing to worry about as far as that at our level of technology, of the LASER, MASER and Nuclear bombs even in the least. There is war in the heavens remember! with mile long starships occassionaly caught in our orbit. Peace.

  • GillHarrisonJennings#

    GillHarrisonJennings November 19, 2013 4:53:27 PM CET

    I was thinking the same. Many comets are huge chunks of ice which melt and give off these huge plumes as they approach the sun. This looks very like other comets we have seen.

  • godnodog#

    godnodog November 19, 2013 1:25:20 PM CET

    Or as it gets closer to the sun, the bigger the trail gets.......

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