What can we expect now the unpredictable Comet ISON is back – Nov 30, 2013

On November 28, Comet Ison flew through the sun's atmosphere and appeared to disintegrate before the cameras of several NASA and ESA spacecraft.

This prompted reports of the comet's demise. Today, November 30, the comet has revived and is rapidly brightening. As comet Ison plunged towards to the Sun, it began to fall apart, losing not giant fragments but at least a lot of reasonably sized chunks.

Then, as Ison plunged through the corona, it continued to fall apart and vaporize, losing its coma and tail. What emerged from the Sun was a small but perhaps somewhat coherent nucleus that has resumed emitting dust and gas for at least the time being."

It is too soon to tell how big the remnant nucleus is or how bright the resurgent comet will ultimately become.

ISON and Crop Circles

In our article Comet Ison and the 2009 Crop Circles connection we refer to the possible connection between Ison and these crop circles.

Looking at the latest images of Comet Ison after it survived its close encounter with the sun, it seems the head of the comet is unchanged. Again we ask whether the 2009 crop circles show a hidden message that refers to Ison?

NASA: "We have no clue.." 

By the way, an angry jmccanney says, “the SOHO cameras were down for over 12 hours while they photo shopped the results for public consumption and the best explanation we got of anyone was “we have no clue why comet Ison is doing what it is doing”. And an official statement from NASA-SDO scientists: “We are still looking at the data to figure out why Ison was not visible.”

“The STEREO and SOHO outputs being released to the public are of such low quality that they are basically useless for real scientific value ... do you think this is what scientists see (video below).”

“NASA has taken this data and is hiding it ... with over 60 instruments taking data of this comet ... nothing ... not a single shred of this data is available to the public ... just out of focus giant pixels pictures from equipment that has extreme high resolution.” jmccanney

Remains the question: Is Ison in one piece or many? How dangerous are these pieces when the Earth passes through its tail, in January?

NASA knows it!



  1. Top pic shows ISON being hit by second major flair. Looks to have 2 tails. I wonder why neither is pointed away from the sun in the direction of the solar wind.


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