Comet Ison Viewing Cancelled
For awhile, it looked as though Comet ISON had done the impossible - it refused to perish and was still going to put on a show. Unfortunately, reports came in that its nucleus was so fragmented, that it would be very difficult to see. Therefore, we are not going to have the comet viewing party liked we hoped. That said, more comets promise to whizz by next year, but as astronomer David Levy said, "Comets are like cats: they have tails and they do precisely what they want."
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