It has been … a wonderful ride. Comet ISON rounded the sun on Thursday at 18:45 UTC/ 1:45 p.m. EST, and appeared to be disintegrating. Then yesterday evening, the comet started appearing brighter again. Will some remnant be visible from Earth in early December, as ISON pulls away from the solar glare? It hardly seems likely at this point that we’ll get a very bright comet. But we might get something. And, whatever happens now, hasn’t it been great so far?
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