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PostThu Oct 17, 2013 12:16 pm » by RATRODROB


your time and effort on this thread is appreciated Shaggy, :flop:





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PostThu Oct 17, 2013 12:33 pm » by Shaggietrip


Thanks RRR



Not a verified find but looks promising. So may have another source to follow Ison with. Maybe if you are interested you could follow this tely daily.


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PostThu Oct 17, 2013 9:09 pm » by *WillEase*


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NASA's Hubble Sees Comet ISON Intact

A new image of the sunward plunging comet ISON suggests that the comet is intact despite some predictions that the fragile icy nucleus might disintegrate as the sun warms it. The comet will pass closest to the sun on November 28.

In this NASA Hubble Space Telescope image taken on October 9, the comet's solid nucleus is unresolved because it is so small. If the nucleus broke apart then Hubble would have likely seen evidence for multiple fragments.

Moreover, the coma or head surrounding the comet's nucleus is symmetric and smooth. This would probably not be the case if clusters of smaller fragments were flying along. What's more, a polar jet of dust first seen in Hubble images taken in April is no longer visible and may have turned off.

This color composite image was assembled using two filters. The comet's coma appears cyan, a greenish-blue color due to gas, while the tail is reddish due to dust streaming off the nucleus. The tail forms as dust particles are pushed away from the nucleus by the pressure of sunlight. The comet was inside Mars’ orbit and 177 million miles from Earth when photographed. Comet ISON is predicted to make its closest approach to Earth on December 26, at a distance of 39.9 million miles.

Credit: NASA, ESA, and the Hubble Heritage Team (STScI/AURA)

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PostFri Oct 18, 2013 12:03 am » by Shaggietrip


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NASA's Hubble Sees Comet ISON Intact

A new image of the sunward plunging comet ISON suggests that the comet is intact despite some predictions that the fragile icy nucleus might disintegrate as the sun warms it. The comet will pass closest to the sun on November 28.

In this NASA Hubble Space Telescope image taken on October 9, the comet's solid nucleus is unresolved because it is so small. If the nucleus broke apart then Hubble would have likely seen evidence for multiple fragments.

Moreover, the coma or head surrounding the comet's nucleus is symmetric and smooth. This would probably not be the case if clusters of smaller fragments were flying along. What's more, a polar jet of dust first seen in Hubble images taken in April is no longer visible and may have turned off.

This color composite image was assembled using two filters. The comet's coma appears cyan, a greenish-blue color due to gas, while the tail is reddish due to dust streaming off the nucleus. The tail forms as dust particles are pushed away from the nucleus by the pressure of sunlight. The comet was inside Mars’ orbit and 177 million miles from Earth when photographed. Comet ISON is predicted to make its closest approach to Earth on December 26, at a distance of 39.9 million miles.

Credit: NASA, ESA, and the Hubble Heritage Team (STScI/AURA)





Great post WillEase. Thanks... :flop:
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PostFri Oct 18, 2013 1:14 am » by Shaggietrip


Bruce Gary has update. I am not sure what I can post from the site so I will just provide the link. Please have a look if interested.

http://brucegary.net/ISON/#Observations_by_Date_




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Boulder, Colo. — Oct. 9, 2013 — The much-anticipated close approach of comet ISON to the Sun this November may be spectacular as viewed from Earth, but it’s unlikely to spell the end of the comet, according to a numerical-simulation study performed by scientists at the Lowell Observatory and Southwest Research Institute (SwRI).

The comet already has achieved significant notice based on its potential brightness as it makes its closest solar approach. Its orbital track will reach perihelion on Nov. 28 at just 1.7 solar radii from the surface of the Sun, where it will undergo temperatures approaching 5,000 degrees F.

But for scientists planning observational campaigns or interested in inferring its physical properties, knowing what will happen next is critically important. The comet’s positioning makes it more favorable for observation from Earth after it passes the Sun rather than before, so most intensive observational campaigns are scheduled after perihelion. If the comet were not expected to survive, those efforts would have to shift to pre-perihelion studies.



Source and full read: http://www.swri.org/9what/releases/2013/ison.htm





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PostFri Oct 18, 2013 3:41 am » by Shaggietrip


Here is a update from BpEarthWatch take from it what you will. Debate still goes on for several objets or just one.


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PostFri Oct 18, 2013 4:35 am » by Bleever


Shaggietrip wrote:Here is a update from BpEarthWatch take from it what you will. Debate still goes on for several objets or just one.


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Yeah, thanks Shaggie, I have been following his channel like a lot of ppl. Soooo....lets see if we go through the large debris tail somewhere between Jan 05-25....could be a crazy start to 2014.
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PostFri Oct 18, 2013 12:44 pm » by Shaggietrip


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PostFri Oct 18, 2013 1:48 pm » by DarkHeart


I have been following this too, also with BPearthwatch, and J4709 & others, whilst I don't for one minute think this is a UFO there is something very odd about the secrecy involved here, the layered images thing is also rather fishy.

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PostSat Oct 19, 2013 12:01 pm » by Shaggietrip


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