Comet ISON

Early morning shot of Comet ISON

Actually this picture yesterday morning at 5:55am. ISON is
still hard to see unaided. Used a 4 inch C102-HD refractor and a Nikon D3000 DSLR. Exposure was 30 seconds with an ISO
of 1600.

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SCobert says ... on Tuesday, Nov 26 at 6:44 AM

On Thanksgiving day it will be at perihelion (the closest it gets to the sun). It will less than 1million miles from the sun, exposed to 5000 F and accelerating to over 800,000 mph!!! If it doesn't disintegrate it will put on a great show in mid Dec

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