Comet ISON Update

Many people are asking why we are still including Comet ISON’s data since, as a consequence of it’s perihelion passage, it”s nucleus has been most likely destroyed. We believe it still makes sense showing Comet ISON here since, whatever has remained of the comet, will contunue to move along the predicted trajectory, and will be…

Comet ISON (C/2012 S1) on Sunday November 3 2013 at 05:00 UTC

Right Ascension: 11h 24m 05s Declination: +04° 49’ 58” (J2000). Distance from the Sun: 141.02 million kms. Distance from Earth: 174.96 million kms. Magnitude: 8.13. Constellation: Leo. Stack of 5 different 90 seconds luminance exposures taken with the 430mm f/6.8 astrograph of the iTelescope facility in Nerpio, Spain. Comet ISON Tracker: http://theskylive.com/ison-tracker

Comet ISON (C/2012 S1) on Saturday November 2 2013 at 12:20 UTC

Comet ISON (C/2012 S1) on Saturday November 2 2013 at 12:20 UTC. Right Ascension: 11h 14m 57s Declination: +06° 01’ 34” (J2000). Distance from the Sun: 143.59 million kms; distance from Earth: 177.77 million kms. Magnitude: 8.23 Constellation: Leo. 5 minutes luminance exposure taken with the 430mm f/6.8 astrograph of the iTelescope facility in New Mexico.  Comet ISON…