Grab your binoculars, stargazers. Touted as the "comet of the century," Comet ISON is in full "outburst mode," having brightened dramatically over the course of a few days. It's now visible to the naked eye, according to amateur astronomers.
Less than two weeks away from a Nov. 28 perihelion -- the comet's close graze past the surface of the sun -- ISON is streaking through the constellation of Virgo. As it continues along its course, this is the journey ahead -- if it survives its upcoming solar flyby.
Infographic by Troy Dunham for the Huffington Post. Illustrations by Kurt Smith.
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