I absolutely think so. Who’s in with me?
The next three weeks are going to be prime, PRIME viewing of comet Ison. Its crossed earth orbit and is racing to the sun for its closest approach on Thanksgiving Day. With proper eye protection it may even be possible to see it as it circles around the sun that day.
Ison is billed as the comet of the century by some. It may or may not depending on whom you talk to, survive the trip around the sun on the 28th.
Griffith Park Observatory still says that most spectacular viewing will be Nov 30-December 14 in the pre-dawn hours. I read earlier today that the best time to view will be about 1/2 hour before dawn. Read the rest of this entry →