Earlier it was reported that the comet began to crumble due to the approach to the sun. According to American astronomers, the comet melts and leaves behind a trail of gas and dust that stretches for thousands of kilometers. It is possible that the comet nucleus has undergone a complete destruction. Continue reading “The brightness of the comet ISON fell 50 times”
Several foreign observers reported that the comet is visible to the naked eye in the dark sky. At the moment, its luster is about 6th. Brian Finger took this photo from Arkansas. Till November 22 IONS is located close to the bright star Spica, so it will be easy to find with binoculars or a telescope.