Folks...comet ISON has developed a very long tail...you can see the latest and greatest pics at
Spaceweather.com. (This is a safe, non infected astronomy site...I use it everyday)
ISON is rapidly approaching the sun and in a few days will be lost in the glare of sunrise until it rounds the sun and reappears...if it does not crash into the sun!
Tomorrow morning should be clear...also with a waning moon in the sky.
I plan to be at the deer stand parking lot just south of the Aquatic Education Center(Mallard Lodge is about 200 yards to the north of the Aquatic Education center).
I will be there around 4:30am with big binos and camera.
OH...Comet Lovejoy is also available for viewing.
Hope to,see you there. Dress warmly...the wind will be blowing! Don...
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