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Ready, Set, Observe! How to See Comet ISON In The Early Morning Sky
| September 2, 2013
| Bob King on
Posted on 09/03/2013 7:06:58 AM PDT by BenLurkin
OK, youve waited patiently for Comet ISON to brighten and reappear in the dawn sky. It has. Now youre chomping at the bit for a look at it in your telescope. Before you set the alarm and venture into the night, lets prepare for what to expect.
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TOPICS: Arts/Photography; Astronomy; Science
KEYWORDS: 2012s1; comet; comet2012s1; cometison; greencomet; ison
posted on 09/03/2013 7:06:58 AM PDT
posted on 09/03/2013 7:17:36 AM PDT
( ==> sleep with one eye open (<o> ---)
Good luck on seeing it.
Let’s just hope it survives getting around ths Sun.
There hasn’t been a great comet in the northern hemisphere since Hale-Bopp!
posted on 09/03/2013 1:12:09 PM PDT
by Conan the Librarian
(The Best in Life is to crush my enemies, see them driven before me, and the Dewey Decimal System)
Caught a picture of it this morning with an 80mm refractor and CCD:
To: messierhunter; SunkenCiv
posted on 10/02/2013 6:49:45 PM PDT
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