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Mind-Blowing Picture of Comet ISON Captured by Amateur Astronomer

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Pablo Santos Sanz of the Institute of Astrophysics of Andalucia says that “ISON has experienced an impressive fifteen-fold increase on the sublimation of hydrocyanic acid and water in the last 48 hours. Scientists don’t know exactly why this explosive reaction has occurred.”


For those who want to view Comet ISON in-person, “if you live outside of a city, you can see ISON in the sky now with your naked eye. With good binoculars, you will be able to see it clearly. Just wake up early (around 4:30am or so) and look for Mercury. Ison should be above it, to the right.”

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