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The Newly-Discovered Comet That May Not Be a Comet At All
2012 OCTOBER 9
tags: C/2012, New Comet
Posted by Stephen Cook

This image was captured by NASA’s EPOXI mission between Nov. 3 and 4, 2010, during the spacecraft’s flyby of comet Hartley 2. It was captured using the spacecraft’s Medium-Resolution Instrument.

The Newly-Discovered Comet That May Not Be a Comet At All
Stephen: Something just tells me this comet is much more than any normal comet. In fact, I feel it possibly might not be a comet at all.

We all know how NASA has lied about the moon, it’s real place in our galaxy and what it is – and who is really there.

So, if you wanted to cover-up a miraculous, Universal or Galactic event or presence that was imminent, what would be the best – or the most 3D – way to do it?

Well, you’d put out stories that a newly-discovered comet was fast approaching, wouldn’t you? That way you’ve covered all your bases, even if it arrives early.

And why? Because those who read the story would see what might happen and go:’Oh it’s that comet’. But what if it wasn’t?

Well, anything is possible in the next 72 days. And what an interesting name they gave it: C/2012…hmmm.

Comet C/2012 S1 To Come Close To Earth In 2013, Bringing Spectacular Sky Show
By Michael Moyer, Scientific American, re-posted in The Huffington Post – October 9, 2012

http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2012/10/07/comet-c2012-s1-earth_n_1945462.html?utm_hp_ref=science

This image was captured by NASA’s EPOXI mission between Nov. 3 and 4, 2010, during the spacecraft’s flyby of comet Hartley 2. It was captured using the spacecraft’s Medium-Resolution Instrument.

As it flares out of the distant Oort Cloud, the newly discovered comet C/2012 S1 (ISON) appears to be heading on a trajectory that could make for one of the most spectacular night-sky events in living memory. Why is this comet expected to be so unique? Two reasons:

Astronomers predict that the comet will pass just 1.16 million miles from the Sun as it swings around its perihelion, or closest approach. (This may seem like a lot, but remember—the Sun is big. If we were to scale the Sun down to the size of Earth, the comet would pass well within the orbits of dozens of satellites.) The close approach will melt enormous amounts of the comet’s ice, releasing dust and gas and forming what should be a magnificent tail.

After it loops around the Sun and forms this tail, the comet should then pass relatively close to Earth—not near enough to cause any worry, but close enough to put on a great show. Viewers in the Northern Hemisphere will get the best view as the comet blooms in the weeks approaching Christmas 2013. The comet could grow as bright as the full moon.

Of course, comets have a habit of not living up to expectations. This one could be sucked into the Sun during its close approach, or not grow as much of a tail as astronomers hope.

But that hasn’t dampened enthusiasm for what Astronomy Now is awkwardly calling “a once-in-a-civilisation’s-lifetime” event.

The comet expert John E. Bortle is already comparing ISON with the Great Comet of 1680, which, according to contemporary accounts, caused the people of New York’s Manhattan Island to be “overcome with terror at a sight in the heavens such as has seldom greeted human eyes…. In the province of New York a day of fasting and humiliation was appointed, in order that the wrath of God might be assuaged.”

We can only hope for such a show.

(Stephen: Indeed!)

Thanks to: http://the2012scenario.com



  

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