The great excitement that accompanied the first announcement of the discovery of Comet ISON was that initially its orbit
Comet ISON is now two days away from a close encounter with the Sun, an encounter that it very well may not survive. On Thursday ISON will sweep around the Sun, clearing its roiling surface by as little as 800,000 miles. After Thanksgiving, one of three fates will have come to pass.
As long as ISON survives on Nov. 28, early December should be the best time to spot the comet. And YOU may be able to spot
Will the space rock be cooked to oblivion? Astronomers are keeping a watchful eye. NASA's new video comes just in time for
Grab your binoculars, stargazers. Touted as the "comet of the century," Comet ISON is in full "outburst mode," having brightened
In recent months, Comet ISON has repeatedly befuddled forecasters trying to anticipate just how bright it will ultimately
The next few weeks will undoubtedly give us our best shot at ISON. To see it this week, you'll need to venture out in the early morning, around 4 a.m. local time, and look toward the constellation Leo.