Comet Could Light Up Sky In Northern Hemisphere

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Comet Could Light Up Sky In Northern Hemisphere

The comet ISON will fly close to the sun on Thursday, and if it manages to survive without being ripped apart, astronomers say the celestial body could produce a brilliant spectacle in the Northern Hemisphere that’s visible to the naked eye throughout December. What do you think?

  • “Just further proof that the Northern Hemisphere is the best.”

    Bradley Stapleton
    Chess Grandmaster
  • “Get back to me when they know for sure. There’s no way I’m looking out my window for nothing.”

    Annamaria Mullan
    Systems Analyst
  • “Brilliant or not, I’d rather not have anything draw the eye away from my new rain gutters.”

    Dalton Vogel
    Software Developer
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