Scientists are not 100% Sure Comet ISON is a Comet! Can Anyone Explain These Videos on ISON?
Skywatcher Bruce Gary’s image of Comet ISON, taken on the morning of Aug. 12, 2013. Gary, a retired radio astronomer and atmospheric scientist, photographed ISON from his Hereford Arizona Observatory with a Celestron-11 Schmidt-Cassegrain telescope. Credit: Bruce Gary
WTF… Two different videos on Youtube mention the fact that there is a discussion that scientists are not 100% sure Comet ISON is a comet.
Did they show us correct images? We yearn for the photos from Deep Impact but I fear NASA isn’t going to give them up any time soon!
Yep this crazy story only keeps getting crazier. Why have only two people been able to find it in the last week? Is it because it was too close to the sun in our sky? If yes, when is the comet going to move out of the bright solar glare enabling us to get better close-up pictures of this “celestial body.”