ISON COMES TO AN END

The comet of the century has brought about mixed feelings in many that have religiously followed its path – there are those who would’ve loved the comet to produce a spectacular show in our skies during December, and those who have always predicted its imminent death upon perihelion.

According to NASA the comet that has captured and held the gaze of millions is now declared dead with only a tail of dust left behind.

The fading dust debris cloud will not be visible with the naked eye and so many have said farewell to ISON. Although there were those that predicted the tail would hit Earth from mid-December until mid-January, NASA states that the cloud of dust debris will stay on its predicted course at 63 million kilometers away from us – ensuring our safety.

The comet of the century has brought about mixed feelings in many that have religiously followed its path – there are those who would’ve loved the comet to produce a spectacular show in our skies during December, and those who have always predicted its imminent death upon perihelion.

According to NASA the comet that has captured and held the gaze of millions is now declared dead with only a tail of dust left behind.

The fading dust debris cloud will not be visible with the naked eye and so many have said farewell to ISON. Although there were those that predicted the tail would hit Earth from mid-December until mid-January, NASA states that the cloud of dust debris will stay on its predicted course at 63 million kilometers away from us – ensuring our safety.

 

ISON Dec