Around 10,000 years ago, Comet ISON left our solar system's distant shell and started its trek toward the sun. The time has come for the "Comet of the Century" to come closest to Earth and this November possibly give earth one of the most stunning skywatching shows ever.
Is Comet ISON “A Warning” to Planet Earth?
Will this be the "Kill Shot"? Will fire rain down on Earth?
According to Ed Dames, ISON is the 'sun-grazer' that will trigger huge solar flares - possibly the 'kill shot' he's warned about for years.
Earth will actually pass through the comet's tail in January, 2014.
Comet ISON is likely to spark a rather strange meteor shower, unprecedented in recorded history. Astronomers now predict that the Earth will be bombarded with tiny particles of comet dust in mid-January following ISON’s dive past the Sun.
Astronomers say it is a new (strong) comet coming from the Oort cloud which has never before slung around the sun, and therefore has never been weakened by the heat of sun like other periodic comets.
Not only that, but this comet is a sun-grazer, and is expected to violently erupt with geysers of gas, ice, and ‘dust’, as an extremely bright tail forms while it makes its close approach to being whiplashed around the sun beginning in November.
ISON was only discovered one year ago, in September 2012, by two Russian astronomers of the International Scientific Optical Network (ISON).
Our solar system is surrounded by an Oort cloud comprising many billions of comets. Occasionally one is jostled out, streams in to the sun, loops around, and sails back out.Astronomers say such an event is unprecedented and while they have a good idea of what to expect, they really can’t know exactly what will happen. They do predict the grains of dust will eventually fall to the surface of the Earth, slowly filtering down out of the atmosphere over several years.
It’s what happens afterwards that could be a problem…
Comet C/2012 S1 will come to perihelion (closest approach to the Sun) on 28 November 2013 at a distance of 0.012 AU (1,800,000 km; 1,100,000 mi) from the center point of the Sun. Accounting for the solar radius of 695,500 km (432,200 mi), the comet will pass approximately 1,100,000 km (680,000 mi) above the Sun’s surface. Its orbit is nearly parabolic, which suggests that it may be a dynamically new comet coming freshly from the Oort cloud.
On closest approach, the comet will pass about 0.0724 AU (10,830,000 km; 6,730,000 mi) from Mars on 1 October 2013, and it will pass about 0.429 AU (64,200,000 km; 39,900,000 mi) from Earth on 26 December 2013.
Already, ISON is shedding around 120,000 pounds of dust per minute. Comets that pass as close to the sun as ISON will shed even more dust.
Earth will basically be caught in a double-whammy meteor shower with dust coming from two directions.
Astronomers have added that satellites and astronauts in space will not be in any danger from the microscopic particles. Lets hope they are right, as they really don't know what will actually happen.
From now through October, comet ISON tracks through the constellations Gemini, Cancer and Leo as it falls toward the sun. Credit: NASA's Goddard Space Flight Center/Axel Mellinger
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