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Wild and Free

Will comet Ison live or die today?

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Checked it out and it did not make it. I remember watching comet Hale/Bopp(think I got that right)many years ago. It was interesting to watch.

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Checked it out and it did not make it. I remember watching comet Hale/Bopp(think I got that right)many years ago. It was interesting to watch.

Yep.

Despite there being great hope for Comet ISON, it appears it disappeared behind the Sun today never to emerge again. Comet ISON has been destroyed by the intense heat and activity of our star, the Sun.

I bet there is still a lot of great info to be gained even though it is no more.

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Yea, I saw the video on the evening news. It would be cool to see it live!That video shows one hell of a large coronal mass ejection right at the beginning!

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Speculation is that it may break up in a few days too. Maybe it will be enough to see with the naked eye around Christmas time!

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