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1. ISON's STEREO predicted path of Comet ISON. Where will ISON go?

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ISON's STEREO predicted path of Comet ISON. Where will ISON go?

NASA's STEREO has made predictions of Comet ISON's path around the Sun on November 28. If the Comet swings around the Sun, NASA's STEREO spacecraft will have a spectacular view. Comet ISON appears to be heading towards the Sun on a slight pitch, but is supposed to leave on steeper one. The Heliospheric Imager # 2 on the Ahead spacecraft will be taking some of the most interesting photos we will ever see, besides astronomer Damian Peach. The video shows images from SOHO's site. (Will leave link) They predict where Comet ISON will be with Red Lines. The first image shows the projected day-by-da location of the Comet in the HI2-A field-of-view from October 10, 2013 - November 23, 2013. The second image shows the predicted day-by-day position of Comet ISON in the HI2- field-of-view from October (on Left) 10, 2013 - November 23, 2013 (on right). Image three shows the predicted day-by-day position in the HI1-1-A field-of-view from November 21, 2013 (moving from left to right). Fourth images shows the predicted position of Comet ISON in the HI1-b with 180 degree roll. Prediction picture of position of Comet ISON in in HI1-b from October 24, (on the right) to November 25, 2013 on the left, assuming a roll of 180 degrees. Shown next is the progress of Comet ISON through the HI1-b field-of-view, that's if the Behind spacecraft rolled by 180 degrees (controlled movement). Once the spacecraft is positioned the Comet would enter from the right, and move swiftly toward the Sun (on the left). NASA plans to roll the spacecraft on a planned daily routine for a few days when Ison reaches Perihelion. That's all I will tell you, you need to watch this video if you want to know more! Thanks for watching, if you liked this video, Subscribe to our YouTube Channel! -Space Central-


2. 12 PROVEN WAYS TO LOSE WEIGHT WITHOUT EXERCISE

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12 PROVEN WAYS TO LOSE WEIGHT WITHOUT EXERCISE

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11. NASA | Chasing Comet ISON

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NASA | Chasing Comet ISON

Will ISON does survive perihelion passage? Anticipation is building as Comet ISON approaches the sun for a close encounter on Thanksgiving Day (Nov. 28). Comet C/2012 S1 (ISON) has been the most talked-about comet of 2013 Comet ISON (C/2012 S1) may become a dazzling sight as it traverses the inner solar system in late 2013.On Oct. 1, ISON passes within about 6.5 million miles (10.5 million km) of Mars. As it goes by, it may be visible to some of NASA's Mars rovers and satellites, including the Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter and Curiosity. During the weeks before its Nov. 28 close approach to the sun, the comet will be observable with small telescopes, and binoculars. Observatories around the world and in space will track the comet during its scorching trek around the sun. If ISON survives its searing solar passage, which seems likely but is not certain, the comet may be visible to the unaided eye in the pre-dawn sky during December. This animation shows two views of comet ISON's path through the inner solar system. The first is a view following the comet along its orbit. The second is a view perpendicular to ISON's orbit. Like all comets, ISON is a clump of frozen gases mixed with dust. Often described as "dirty snowballs," comets emit gas and dust whenever they venture near enough to the sun that the icy material transforms from a solid to gas, a process called sublimation. Jets powered by sublimating ice also release dust, which reflects sunlight and brightens the comet. Then, on Nov. 28, ISON will make a sweltering passage around the sun. The comet will approach within about 730,000 miles (1.2 million km) of its visible surface, which classifies ISON as a sungrazing comet. In late November, its icy material will furiously sublimate and release torrents of dust as the surface erodes under the sun's fierce heat, all as sun-monitoring satellites look on. Around this time, the comet may become bright enough to glimpse just by holding up a hand to block the sun's glare. Sungrazing comets often shed large fragments or even completely disrupt following close encounters with the sun, but for ISON neither fate is a forgone conclusion. Whatever happens, scientists will be able to learn more about comets by how it interacts with the sun's tenuous atmosphere, the corona. NASA cautions that comets are capable of "fizzling at the last minute even after months of promising activity." However, if ISON survives its brush with solar fire, it could be visible to the naked eye, NASA said. Following ISON's solar swingby, the comet will depart the sun and move toward Earth, appearing in morning twilight through December. The comet will swing past Earth on Dec. 26, approaching within 39.9 million miles (64.2 million km) or about 167 times farther than the moon. Credit: NASA's Goddard Space Flight Center Scientific Visualization Studio Space Central: High my Name is Adam, I Started Space Central Because I love Space. If you Like Space and everything about it, Then Subscribe to get more. http://www.youtube.com/channel/UCl3mg...


12. NASA - Chasing Comet ISON - HD

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NASA - Chasing Comet ISON - HD

Comet ISON (C/2012 S1) may become a dazzling sight as it traverses the inner solar system in late 2013. During the weeks before its Nov. 28 close approach to the sun, the comet will be observable with small telescopes, and binoculars. Observatories around the world and in space will track the comet during its scorching trek around the sun. If ISON survives its searing solar passage, which seems likely but is not certain, the comet may be visible to the unaided eye in the pre-dawn sky during December. This animation shows two views of comet ISON's path through the inner solar system. The first is a view following the comet along its orbit. The second is a view perpendicular to ISON's orbit. Like all comets, ISON is a clump of frozen gases mixed with dust. Often described as "dirty snowballs," comets emit gas and dust whenever they venture near enough to the sun that the icy material transforms from a solid to gas, a process called sublimation. Jets powered by sublimating ice also release dust, which reflects sunlight and brightens the comet. On Oct. 1, ISON passes within about 6.5 million miles (10.5 million km) of Mars. As it goes by, it may be visible to some of NASA's Mars rovers and satellites, including the Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter and Curiosity. Then, on Nov. 28, ISON will make a sweltering passage around the sun. The comet will approach within about 730,000 miles (1.2 million km) of its visible surface, which classifies ISON as a sungrazing comet. In late November, its icy material will furiously sublimate and release torrents of dust as the surface erodes under the sun's fierce heat, all as sun-monitoring satellites look on. Around this time, the comet may become bright enough to glimpse just by holding up a hand to block the sun's glare. Sungrazing comets often shed large fragments or even completely disrupt following close encounters with the sun, but for ISON neither fate is a forgone conclusion. Whatever happens, scientists will be able to learn more about comets by how it interacts with the sun's tenuous atmosphere, the corona. Following ISON's solar swingby, the comet will depart the sun and move toward Earth, appearing in morning twilight through December. The comet will swing past Earth on Dec. 26, approaching within 39.9 million miles (64.2 million km) or about 167 times farther than the moon. Credit: NASA's Goddard Space Flight Center Scientific Visualization Studio


13. Comet ISON is Coming

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Comet ISON is Coming

Earth Distance: 215,121,721 miles (2.314236 AU)\rConstellation: Leo\rVisual Magnitude: 11.38\rThere are now just 65 days until Comet ISON hurtles around our Sun to emerge, hopefully, as one of the brightest comets in recent history\rComet C/new S1 (ISON) is on its way to skirt around the Sun in November new. Will Comet ISON achieve Great Comet status? I summarize what we know about this promising comet and what it might become\r\r\rGiant balloon to study Comet ISON\r\rPosted: Sep 29, new 6:33 PM GDT \r\r\rUpdated: Sep 29, new 7:15 PM GDT\r\r\r\r\r(CNN) -- Exploring the heavens with spaceships and fancy orbiting telescopes like the Hubble is pretty routine stuff for NASA. But the space agency is going low-tech to get a good look at an eagerly anticipated comet.\r\rThe space agency plans to launch a balloon -- yes, a balloon -- to study Comet ISON, the much-hyped comet that many hope will put on a big sky show in coming months. \r\rAstronomers are scrambling to figure out ways to learn more about the comet, and thats where the balloon comes in. This isnt the kind of balloon you buy for kids at a party store, but they do have some things in common. \r\rNASA says its scientific balloons are made of polyethylene film like the material in plastic bags, and it will be filled with helium, just like a party balloon. But the NASA balloons can carry a payload weighing 8,000 pounds (3,600 kilograms), or about the weight of three small cars. It has a gondola to carry the instruments. Some similar balloons can fly up to 26 miles high and stay for up to two weeks. \r\rThe 671-foot-tall balloon that will monitor ISON is called BRRISON, or Balloon Rapid Response for ISON. According to NASA, it will float about 120,000 feet above Earth to observe the comet -- and other science targets -- using a telescope and other instruments. It is expected to stay up from nine to 11 hours.\r\rBy ascending above 99.5% of the Earths atmosphere, BRRISON will be able to study the materials within the comet, Andy Cheng, principal investigator, said on BRISSONs website. Its possible that water and organic chemicals on comets may have played an important role in the evolution of life on Earth. \r\rThe launch, from NASAs Columbia Scientific Balloon Facility in Fort Sumner, New Mexico, is targeted for 8 p.m. ET on Saturday, weather permitting.\r\rComet ISON is nearing Mars on its way toward the sun and will fly about 730,000 miles above the suns surface on November 8. If it survives, it could brighten and put on a big show as it passes Earths orbit on its way back to the outer reaches of the solar system. Comet enthusiasts hope they will be able to see it without binoculars or telescopes. \r\rIts closest approach to Earth would be December 26, and it could be visible from the Northern Hemisphere for weeks in early new.\r\rThe comet was discovered by Russian astronomers Vitali Nevski and Artyom Novichonok in September new. It is named after their night-sky survey program, the International Scientific Optical Network, a group of observatories in 10 countries organized to track objects in space.\r\rAmateur astronomers already are posting pictures and making calculations about the comets future. For those who want to try to track Comet ISON themselves, NASA has some tips on its Comet ISON website\rcomet P/newR3


14. Comet ISON making 1st journey to inner Solar System

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Comet ISON making 1st journey to inner Solar System

Comet ISON (or Comet C/2012 S1) is a sungrazing comet and is making its first approach to the inner Solar System. It passed Mars on 01st October 2013, and will reach perihelion (Closest approach) to the Sun on 28 November 2013. The comet may not survive its journey around the Sun and it might evaporate without a trace. Or, it may simply swing around the Sun and continue on its journey to the outer Solar System. It is also possible that ISON might break up into fragments. If it does break up, the fragments will not go in all directions (for example - like an explosion on Earth).Instead the fragments will follow the path of its parent body, continuing along the same course. If it survives its journey around the Sun, Comet ISON - Comet C/2012 S1 will pass closest to Earth on 26 December 2013, approaching within 39.9 million miles / 64.2 million km (or about 167 times farther away than the Moon. It will not dazzle the sky, but it might (and hopefully) appear about as bright as planet Venus. Comet ISON; officially designated: Comet C/2012 S1 More information: http://www.eclipsegeeks.com/#/comet-ison/4580433815


15. Jesus End Time Sequence: 3 Times of Trouble

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Jesus End Time Sequence: 3 Times of Trouble

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16. Comet ISON to fly by Mars on October 1

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Comet ISON to fly by Mars on October 1

Comet ISON (C/new S1) will pass through the inner solar system in late new. During the weeks before its Nov. 28 close approach to the sun, the comet will be observable with small telescopes, and binoculars. Observatories around the world and in space will track the comet during its scorching trek around the sun. If ISON survives its searing solar passage, which seems likely but is not certain, the comet may be visible to the unaided eye in the pre-dawn sky during December\r\rLike all comets, ISON is a clump of frozen gases mixed with dust. Often described as dirty snowballs, comets emit gas and dust whenever they venture near enough to the sun that the icy material transforms from a solid to gas, a process called sublimation. Jets powered by sublimating ice also release dust, which reflects sunlight and brightens the comet.\r\rOn Oct. 1, ISON passes within about 6.5 million miles (10.5 million km) of Mars. As it goes by, it may be visible to some of NASAs Mars rovers and satellites, including the Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter and Curiosity.\r\rThen, on Nov. 28, ISON will make a sweltering passage around the sun. The comet will approach within about 730,000 miles (1.2 million km) of its visible surface, which classifies ISON as a sungrazing comet. In late November, its icy material will furiously sublimate and release torrents of dust as the surface erodes under the suns fierce heat, all as sun-monitoring satellites look on. Around this time, the comet may become bright enough to glimpse just by holding up a hand to block the suns glare.\r\rSungrazing comets often shed large fragments or even completely disrupt following close encounters with the sun, but for ISON neither fate is a forgone conclusion. Whatever happens, scientists will be able to learn more about comets by how it inters with the suns tenuous atmosphere, the corona.\r\rFollowing ISONs solar swingby, the comet will depart the sun and move toward Earth, appearing in morning twilight through December. The comet will swing past Earth on Dec. 26, approaching within 39.9 million miles (64.2 million km) or about 167 times farther than the moon


17. Comet ISON to fly by Mars on October 1

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Comet ISON to fly by Mars on October 1

Comet ISON (C/new S1) will pass through the inner solar system in late new. During the weeks before its Nov. 28 close approach to the sun, the comet will be observable with small telescopes, and binoculars. Observatories around the world and in space will track the comet during its scorching trek around the sun. If ISON survives its searing solar passage, which seems likely but is not certain, the comet may be visible to the unaided eye in the pre-dawn sky during December\r\rLike all comets, ISON is a clump of frozen gases mixed with dust. Often described as dirty snowballs, comets emit gas and dust whenever they venture near enough to the sun that the icy material transforms from a solid to gas, a process called sublimation. Jets powered by sublimating ice also release dust, which reflects sunlight and brightens the comet.\r\rOn Oct. 1, ISON passes within about 6.5 million miles (10.5 million km) of Mars. As it goes by, it may be visible to some of NASAs Mars rovers and satellites, including the Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter and Curiosity.\r\rThen, on Nov. 28, ISON will make a sweltering passage around the sun. The comet will approach within about 730,000 miles (1.2 million km) of its visible surface, which classifies ISON as a sungrazing comet. In late November, its icy material will furiously sublimate and release torrents of dust as the surface erodes under the suns fierce heat, all as sun-monitoring satellites look on. Around this time, the comet may become bright enough to glimpse just by holding up a hand to block the suns glare.\r\rSungrazing comets often shed large fragments or even completely disrupt following close encounters with the sun, but for ISON neither fate is a forgone conclusion. Whatever happens, scientists will be able to learn more about comets by how it inters with the suns tenuous atmosphere, the corona.\r\rFollowing ISONs solar swingby, the comet will depart the sun and move toward Earth, appearing in morning twilight through December. The comet will swing past Earth on Dec. 26, approaching within 39.9 million miles (64.2 million km) or about 167 times farther than the moon


18. Comet ISON is Already Visible in North Eastern Skies

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Comet ISON is Already Visible in North Eastern Skies

Update August 10,new - There are 110 days, until perihelion of Comet ISON\rPerihelion is due to occur on 28 November new, at 18:40:47 UTC\r(Perihelion time via JPL - updated on August 7, new)\r\rComet ISON is currently\r233,829,879 miles (2.515495 AU) \rfrom the Sun, and travelling at\r59,513.74 mph (26.61 km/s)\r\rEarth Distance: 321,529,265 miles (3.458948 AU)\rConstellation: Cancer\r\rOn August 10th, the time projected (tp) value calculated by NASA for perihelion (closest to the sun) was new-Nov-28.77833189. Thats the equivalent of November 28, new at 18:40:47 UTC.\r\rISONs size is only estimated at present but is thought to be around a few miles in diameter. This will become more apparent in the next few months as the comet continues its approach during new. Astronomers who have been processing data from NASAs Swift satellite, estimate the comet to be around 3 miles in diameter. They have reached this conclusion by observing the amount of ice and dust emitted from ISONs surface as it falls through space toward the Sun\r\rISON is currently between the orbits of Mars and Jupiter, but from Earths perspective, it appears behind the Suns glare. ISON entered the Suns glare back in June and should become observable by NASAs equipment in mid-August or early September at the latest. Its projected that it will become visible to the naked eye by early to mid-November.\r\rISONs average speed throughout August will be 60,462mph. It will continue to accelerate steadily until 28th November when itll whip around our Sun at an astonishing 425,000mph!\r\rsources:\r\r\r\r\rPerihelion & Distance: LIVE Information\r\r\r\r\rComet ISON Interive Model\r\r\r\r\rComet ISON Observations by an Amateur Observer\rWebmaster: Bruce Gary\r\r\rMusic credit: mik300z \rVangelis - Echoes - length 7:51


19. ISON IS NOT ALONE

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ISON IS NOT ALONE

and \r\r\rOK, youve waited patiently for Comet ISON to brighten and reappear in the dawn sky. It has. Now youre chomping at the bit for a look at it in your telescope. Before you set the alarm and venture into the night, lets prepare for what to expect. The better you know your target, the easier it will be to find\rThe latest brightness estimates from the amateur comet community place ISON around magnitude 13, bright enough to be within reach of 10-inch (25 cm) and larger telescopes. Alan Hale of Arizona, co-discover of Comet Hale-Bopp, was one of the first to see it. Through his 16-inch (41 cm) reflecting telescope on September 1, he noted the comet as a small object about 0.6 arc minutes across (1 arc minute = 1/30 the diameter of the full moon), brighter in the center and shining faintly at magnitude 13.1. Picture a small, dim patch of glowing mist and youve got the picture. Hales observing conditions were excellent though he did have to contend with light from the nearby crescent moon. Starting tomorrow morning, the moon will finally be out of the picture.\rA sharp-eyed observer under the best skies would expect to see a fuzzy object this faint in a telescope as small as 8-inches (20 cm). Most of us will need something a little bigger. A 10-12 incher (25-30 cm) should do the trick until the comet swells into the 11-12 magnitude range. But youll need more than a hefty scope. Key to spotting ISON are good charts, a steady atmosphere for sharp images (shaky air blurs faint objects into invisibility) and catching the comet at the right time. I also encourage you to use averted vision, a great technique for spotting faint sky objects. Instead of staring directly at the comet, look off to the side of its position. That way you allow the comets feeble photons to flood your eyes rod cells, those most sensitive to dim light\r\rWhile it now rises around 3-3:30 a.m. local time, youll get your best -- or only -- view once ISON has cleared the light-sucking thick air and haze so common near the horizon. The optimum viewing time occurs shortly before the start of morning twilight when the comet will be about 15 degrees high in the northeastern sky. At mid-northern latitudes,where twilight begins about 1.5 hours before sunrise, thats around 5 a.m. Did I mention youd lose a few hours sleep in your pursuit?\rLucky for us comet hunters, ISONs location is easy to find only a few degrees east of the 1st magnitude planet Mars and about 2 degrees north of the familiar Beehive Cluster or M44. The first map shows the general view to get you oriented. The second takes us in closer to show the comets relation to the Beehive Cluster, and the third provides a detailed telescopic view with stars plotted to about 12th magnitude. The comet positions on the detailed map are plotted for 5 a.m. CDT. Since ISON moves relatively slowly, those positions will be accurate for a time zone or two either way. If you live significantly farther east or west of the U.S. Central Time Zone, you can interpolate between the tick marks.\rASA. DNA Fingerprint of God unseen forces science physics mysteries solved revealed mind over matter spirit world sound light universe history truth earth mysteries of life mathematics placebo effect healing signs and symbols occult ancient sightings the matrix is real holographic intelligence sacred geometry quantum physics illusion of reality new paradigm new shamanism cleansing mother earth climatic disaster native american change Extreme Weather Patterns Maya change evolution shift timewave zero terrence mckenna fibonacci sequence fingerprint of god golden ratio pi phi in nature sightings nostradamus dimensional omega Mayan Calendar Apocalypse i ching prophecies prophecy alien ufo illuminati pyramids giza peru mexico mystery schools monuments megaliths ley lines earths energy grid electromagnetic magnetism solar radiation Harmonic great cosmic cycle The Photon belt the wave of love red elk wisdom Galic Federation solstice quetzalcoatl global warming pleiades orion singularity quantum revelations spirituality code post emergence planetary indigo galic yoga sacred geometry pineal gland ufo phi om fifth 5th sun global shift Pleiades bloodline David Icke lightworkers seer photons cosmic alignment enlightenment 5th dimenson mass awakening great light cosmic rays sun ascended indigo children milky way astrological cycle Precession of the Equinoxes 26,000 year cycle prophecy Maya, Hopi, Egyptians, Kabbalists, Essenes, Qero elders of Peru, Navajo, Cherokee, Apache, Iroquois Dogon Tribe, Aborigines new cycle new beginning collective consciousness synchronicity 13 Baktun Count Dreamspell maya mayan peace freedom positivity energy energies illuminating enviroment change 5th world emergence climate change


20. Comet ISON Mysteries Continue | Space News

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Comet ISON Mysteries Continue | Space News

Want to network with other like-minded individuals? Join us at EUnew Conference: Paths of Discovery, June 25-29, Sheraton Phoenix Downtown. Start your journey here: \r\rIn November new, skywatchers around the world eagerly awaited the approach of Comet ISON. Dubbed the Comet of the Century by several in the media, some astronomers had predicted a stupendous cometary display as Comet ISON approached its perihelion. The comet was also the subject of countless bizarre speculations. However, despite the heightened expectations, ISON ultimately proved to be somewhat of a fizzle. \r\rSubscribe to Thunderbolts Update newsletter: \rThunderbolts Project Home: \rFacebook: \rPicture of the Day: \rElectric Universe (Wal Thornhill): \rEssential Guide to the Electric Universe: