Posted on Tuesday, November 5, 2013 by LibraryAdministration
On November 28th Comet ISON will get to within 730,000 miles above the surface of the sun where it will be scorched by extremely high temperatures. ISON should be visible to the unaided eye a few weeks before that, but will the comet survive its close (relatively speaking) encounter with the sun? The Comet may very well break up long before that, and no one . . .