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This Is ISON

October 24, 2013
ISON Oct 22 BG B Comet mc58 curve crp 21p0x14p6 (1)

Complicated conversion from observed brightness to displayed brightness for illustrating location of coma center in relation rest of coma and tail. Median combine of 58 30-second exposures, B-band filter, 11-inch Celestron, by Gary, on 2013.10.22. FOV = 20.0 x 14.6 ‘arc. North up, east left.

I think ISON, like all comets, is a black hole brane with lots of mass/energy curled within the nuclei. It is starting to gain brightness again.  The coma and ion tail is really just the result of proton decay and LENR across its firewall.The Sun is also starting to get very active.  The next couple of months should be interesting to watch.

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