Karl Battams blog-post is as official it will be.So... Any official verdict in sight?
@SungrazerComets said:Good morning again from Kitt Peak! It looks like a certain comet #ISON is still hanging in there quite nicely!
Based on a few more hours of data, comet #ISON appears to be... well, behaving like a comet!
NASA_SDO said:@NASA_SDO scientists are still looking at the data to figure out why #ISON was not visible. Updates forthcoming
. Well. We'll never know when the next one's coming. That's the great thing about comets.
Great thing? I'd say that's the terribly terrifying thing about comets. With asteroids of known orbits and periodic comets, at least we know where they are and where they'll be in the future. With these comets that come and go, we find them a few years before they get close. It doesn't leave us a lot of time to act in case one decided to come pay us a visit.
I don't know, but I DO know that ISON went too close to the sun and split up.A very bright comet has been discoverd which is maybe vissible with naked eye in daylight!
I know that it was allready posted in the Random Comments Thread by Galactic Penguin SST, but I think that we need an own thread for such important discoveries...
This comet is visible from begining of November 2013 to the end of December 2013.
Maybe it's possible to see the comet on day at around the 29th November.
Does someone knows if it's visible form europe in this period of time?
I think he may have realized that in the last two years and couple hundred comments.I don't know, but I DO know that ISON went too close to the sun and split up.
Source: NatGeo documentry titled "Comet Of The Century" and Wikipedia.org