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Where and when to get the best view of Comet ISON

Astronomers are pointing all available instruments at Comet ISON as it accelerates towards the sun. The comet will either break up as it passes by or will slingshot around the sun at 1,332,536 km/h, never to return.

Sources: Graphic News and earthsky.org.

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