Comet ISON passed its closest to the sun on Thursday morning. We had been told that two things might occur.
1. The comet could disintegrate from the heat.
2. The comet could develop a new intense glow, and become more highly visible in the night sky.
Thursday the astronomers watched. It went into the solar horizon - and disappeared. Reports went out saying that ISON was no more.
But then -
they started to see a dust smudge on their images, and it got brighter.
As of Saturday, there is still no certainty that there is enough of a nucleus to form a new comet. There IS something happening which has the scientific community watching. The news reports now say "stay tuned".
The little comet that still might.
I'm still interested, how about you?
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