Comet ISON deminishes into the Sun Encounter

The comet ISON made a closest approach to the sun encounter. The comet’s nucleus broke up into the sun’s intense heat and powerful tidal waves, once it passed within 730,000 miles of the sun’s surface. The comet reappeared tiny, and gradually growing fainter into the sun’s direction. Most scientists agree that visible remnants are small visible rubble. Comet ISON has failed to survive the sun encounter.

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