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Comet ISON: Visible in 2013?
January 4, 2013 | Reuters

A newly-discovered comet approaching the sun might be visible from earth twice in 2013. It might be seen with the naked eye in March as it passes by Earth en route to the sun. A spectacular tail could be visible in October/November as it approaches the sun and its ice begins to vaporize. More information from NASA.


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Comet Ison is Visible to the Naked Eye
November 21, 2013 | The Telegraph
"Comet Ison, first spotted a year ago, is now visible to the naked eye and will continue to brighten as it hurtles toward the sun."

Comet of the Century
April 29, 2013 | Hubble Site
"Comet ISON is potentially the "comet of the century" because around the time the comet makes its closest approach to the Sun, on November 28, it may briefly become brighter than the full Moon." Quoted from the NASA press release.

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