Comet ISON Remains Intact and Turns Green


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Astrophotographer Adam Block captured this amazing image of the comet using a SBIG STX16803 CCD camera with a 32-inch Schulman Telescope Schulman Telescope atop Mount Lemmon from the University of Arizona’s SkyCenter on the morning of Oct. 8th.

The new image reveals the comet to be intact…

Astrophotographer Adam Block captured this amazing image of the comet using a SBIG STX16803 CCD camera with a 32-inch Schulman Telescope Schulman Telescope atop Mount Lemmon from the University of Arizona’s SkyCenter on the morning of Oct. 8th.

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The new image reveals the comet to be intact disproving previous theories this celestial orb might have already started to disintegrate. There is concern ISON will burn up before reaching perihelion at which point it will be at its closest distance from the Sun (730,000 miles).

Recently detected light signatures emitted from Comet ISON, also dubbed the “Christmas Comet,” seemed to suggest the structure could break apart prior to its Nov. 28th solar approach.

“There are predictions ISON would disintegrate at perihelion (reaching the Sun). But based on the evidence I’ve seen the comet will is likely to disperse prior to a solar intersect.” says Ignacio Ferrin, an astrophysicist at the University of Antioquia in Medellin, Colombia.

Comet ISON was originally discovered on September 21st, 2012 by Vitali Nevski and Artyom Novichonok on CCD images obtained with a 0.4-m f/3 Santel reflector of the International Scientific Optical Network (ISON) near Kislovodsk, Russia.

Several sungrazers which have a large enough mass (nucleus) can survive one or more orbits around the Sun. Perhaps the most famous example is Halley’s Comet – which has made numerous passages due to its mineral structure which is more like an asteroid with an icy surface which produces its tail as it outgases.

According to NASA, images taken by the Hubble Space Telescope on Oct. 9th, 2013 show the absence of small fragments of debris breaking off from the comet’s tail indicating the nucleus is in better health than some experts previously conjectured.

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