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Re: Comet ISON - Cooked well done? new [Re: Tonk]
      #6222271 - 11/28/13 08:18 PM

What I find interesting about this most recent C3 image at 00:07 is the tail remnant still hanging out in space prior to perihelion.

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steveward53
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Re: Comet ISON - Cooked well done? new [Re: Tonk]
      #6222279 - 11/28/13 08:23 PM

How come it's just the Brits about at silly 'o' clock , guess everyone over the pond has overdone the turkey and retired for a snooze ...

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steveward53
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Re: Comet ISON - Cooked well done? new [Re: AXAF]
      #6222284 - 11/28/13 08:26 PM

Quote:

What I find interesting about this most recent C3 image at 00:07 is the tail remnant still hanging out in space prior to perihelion.




Would be interesting to see a half decent CME now to see it disrupt that bit.


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Re: Comet ISON - Cooked well done? new [Re: Tonk]
      #6222291 - 11/28/13 08:28 PM

It looks fan shaped in the C3 00:07 image..

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Re: Comet ISON - Cooked well done? new [Re: steveward53]
      #6222295 - 11/28/13 08:31 PM

Quote:

How come it's just the Brits about at silly 'o' clock




Well this ones off to bed .. and I don't have to get up early to photograph it - this one needs dark skies for whats left


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steveward53
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Re: Comet ISON - Cooked well done? new [Re: Tonk]
      #6222297 - 11/28/13 08:34 PM

Wouldn't be far enough out to photograph til about the 3/4th.

Sleep well ...


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Re: Comet ISON - Cooked well done? new [Re: steveward53]
      #6222328 - 11/28/13 08:51 PM

I seen Venus brighter on that same C3 camera than the comet going in. It doesn't look good coming out of the occulting disk on the 00:07 UT image. A little further out will decide if it will brighten more than Antares in the lower left, scooting to the right. Both coronagraphs are less sensitive towards the occulting disc.

Joe


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Starhunter249
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Re: Comet ISON - Cooked well done? new [Re: steveward53]
      #6222349 - 11/28/13 09:06 PM

http://sohowww.nascom.nasa.gov//data/REPROCESSING/Completed/2013/c3/20131129/...

new image


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MessiToM
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Re: Comet ISON - Cooked well done? new [Re: Starhunter249]
      #6222358 - 11/28/13 09:13 PM

so long between updates and slow websites too. Its looking fan or wedge shaped

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SteveRosenow
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Re: Comet ISON - Cooked well done? new [Re: MessiToM]
      #6222363 - 11/28/13 09:16 PM

Stereo B



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MessiToM
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Re: Comet ISON - Cooked well done? new [Re: SteveRosenow]
      #6222372 - 11/28/13 09:21 PM

well thats dramatic ^

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Re: Comet ISON - Cooked well done? new [Re: MessiToM]
      #6222388 - 11/28/13 09:32 PM

Just back from dinner with the family and had about 50 posts to go through. Wait and see seems to be the best policy at this point--I'm through speculating. Flat amazing what the NASA and ESA spacecraft observatories are allowing us to see, though.

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steveward53
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Re: Comet ISON - Cooked well done? new [Re: MessiToM]
      #6222394 - 11/28/13 09:35 PM Attachment (46 downloads)

Latest C3.

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Re: Comet ISON - Cooked well done? new [Re: steveward53]
      #6222407 - 11/28/13 09:46 PM

Ide almost swear that looks like it has a curved/rounded head on it

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Re: Comet ISON - Cooked well done? new [Re: Dave M]
      #6222409 - 11/28/13 09:47 PM

Hi guys!
Maybe I missed the post for it, but I found in a single frame from the AIA 0193.
Look at frame 255 at http://cometison.gsfc.nasa.gov/index/kiosk/dataset/three_0193


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timtrice
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Re: Comet ISON - Cooked well done? new [Re: Vronscki]
      #6222412 - 11/28/13 09:51 PM

@SungrazerComets is now saying they believe a small part of the nucleus did survive.

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Re: Comet ISON - Cooked well done? new [Re: Vronscki]
      #6222413 - 11/28/13 09:51 PM

Quote:

Hi guys!
Maybe I missed the post for it, but I found in a single frame from the AIA 0193.
Look at frame 255 at http://cometison.gsfc.nasa.gov/index/kiosk/dataset/three_0193




I think that's just a random noise.


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Re: Comet ISON - Cooked well done? new [Re: Zhengyi]
      #6222418 - 11/28/13 09:53 PM

yes that was discussed earlier as being noise... ^

cool
Quote:

@SungrazerComets is now saying they believe a small part of the nucleus did survive.





"TAIL" swinging around?


Edited by MessiToM (11/28/13 10:51 PM)


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Starhunter249
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Re: Comet ISON - Cooked well done? new [Re: MessiToM]
      #6222518 - 11/28/13 11:04 PM

Did Nasa stop releasing LASCO C3 images? Its been over an hour since the last update.

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Re: Comet ISON - Cooked well done? new [Re: Starhunter249]
      #6222555 - 11/28/13 11:36 PM

Sure would like to know what's going on up there........

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