NebraskaSCIENCE Newsletter - November 2013

Comet ISON as seen in a five-minute exposure taken at NASA's Marchall Space Flight Center on Friday (11/8/2013).  At the time, the comet was 97 million miles from Earth.  Image Credit: NASA/MSFC/Aaron Kingery
Comet ISON as seen in a five-minute exposure taken at NASA's Marchall Space Flight Center on Friday (11/8/2013). At the time, the comet was 97 million miles from Earth. Image Credit: NASA/MSFC/Aaron Kingery

'Comet of the Century'?

Comet ISON, which was billed as the possible Comet of the Century, is now visible through binoculars in the predawn eastern sky. Continue reading…

Originally published November 13, 2013 - Submit an Item