November 30, 2013
astronomy, comet ISON, comet ison survives, ESA, GSFC, NASA, SOHO, Space, Space News
Reports of Comet ISON's demise may have been premature. Its nucleus may still be intact and the coma is brightening as of Nov. 29, 2013 although the outbound ISON seems smaller after its encounter with Sol.
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