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A comet streaks through the sky

By Dr. Lisa Will, Fleet Astronomer

Comet ISON is getting brighter in the sky, and it should hopefully become visible to the naked eye soon. If you want to know where to locate it in the sky or learn more about Comet ISON, some useful resources are listed below. 

Plus, the Fleet is hosting a Coffee & Comets event on Tuesday, November 26, early in the morning (because the comet can be viewed before sunrise). Visit our Events page for more information.

http://www.isoncampaign.org/: A site with a lot of useful technical information.

http://solarsystem.nasa.gov/smallworlds/cometison.cfm: NASA's Comet ISON Toolkit

http://www.universetoday.com/104818/Universe Today's ISON Observing Guide

http://www.astronomy.com/magazine/events/comet-isonAstronomy Magazine's coverage

http://www.skyandtelescope.com/observing/objects/comets/Comet-ISON-Updates-193909261.htmlSky & Telescope's updates

http://spaceweathergallery.com/index.php?title=ison: SpaceWeather's image gallery

While ISON itself is not tweeting, others are tweeting about ISON. On Twitter, follow:
@SungrazerComets
@ISONUpdates

And stay tuned for news about a Comet ISON viewing event being planned by the Fleet!