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urassner
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Re: C/2012 S1 ISON new [Re: urassner]
      #6180313 - 11/07/13 01:57 AM Attachment (94 downloads)

Here all the frames combined.

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Re: C/2012 S1 ISON new [Re: urassner]
      #6180401 - 11/07/13 06:32 AM

Looks good, image shows a nice long tail. Thanks for the view.

Rich (RLTYS)


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Re: C/2012 S1 ISON new [Re: PowellAstro]
      #6181743 - 11/07/13 08:00 PM

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Does anyone have or know the data needed to key ISONs data into an Autostar hand controller?




You can get this data live from here:
ISON Live


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PowellAstro
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Re: C/2012 S1 ISON new [Re: MawkHawk]
      #6182147 - 11/08/13 01:13 AM

Thanks, I have it in now. Just need the clouds to clear out.

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Re: C/2012 S1 ISON new [Re: PowellAstro]
      #6182800 - 11/08/13 11:47 AM

Great job guys- and Mike, that's the best image of ISON I've seen yet- congrats!

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BSJ
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Re: C/2012 S1 ISON new [Re: BrooksObs]
      #6222032 - 11/28/13 05:39 PM

Quote:

Quote:

"This disintegration will take place before it reaches perihelion,"

http://www.spacedaily.com/reports/Is_the_Christmas_Comet_cracking_up_999.html




Sadly, just a rehash of misinformation put forth by "staff writers" and one supposed South American "astronomer" with a highly questionable reputation for making predictions that don't pan out.

BrooksObs




So, the questionable astronomer was right...


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Re: C/2012 S1 ISON new [Re: BSJ]
      #6222078 - 11/28/13 06:01 PM

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So, the questionable astronomer was right...





Not quite - his most recent prediction was for about 2 weeks ago. We can all play pin the tail on the donkey

A break up 1 hour from perihelion is far less questionable


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