Comet ISON: Faded Glory ( 27-30 November, 2013 )
The comet ISON as seen by the satellite COR2-A , capturing its approach towards the Sun . The comet makes a sharp turn around the hot brutal Sun , and moves away again in space … but not without damage ! It does not look good and it will probably not be possible to see this comet ISON with the naked eye .
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/STEREO shows one of the 2 satellites COR2-A and COR2-B
More pictures of the comet on : http://sohowww.nascom.nasa.gov/hotshots/index.html/
A very big picture of the trajectory of this comet , as captured by COR2-A , can be seen on : http://frankdeboosere.be/nieuws/news2013/news2013.php ( go to post of November 30 , 2013 )
More reading : http://scienceline.org/2013/11/will-comet-ison-survive/
Latest update Dec , 18 2013 : http://www.isoncampaign.org/karl/what-happens-to-isons-remains
Update from my previous post : https://alleswatis.wordpress.com/2013/11/20/the-sun-grazing-comet-ison/
Astronomers worldwide are becoming very excited about an approaching sun-grazing comet by the name of ISON . With a bit of luck , this comet could become a very bright comet , visible by the naked eye , visible during day time . Some even speculate it will have a brightness of a full moon ! Yeah !!
The tail of this comet is expected to be formed beginning of December
The NASA video ( in the link below ) is explaining what a sun-grazing comet is .
Here are some very good in-depth articles on this comet Ison :
Update Nov 29 , 2013 : not much hope for ISON to become a ” Comet of the Year ”