posted on Oct, 19 2013 @ 02:44 AM
I think that's as long as it survives it's pass by the Sun and doesn't break up.
The supposed "see it in the daytime" moment is when it closest to the sun and "passing by" it... so it doesnt actually matter whether or not it
survives it's pass by the sun because the moment is already over.
Secondly, if it beaks up at that moment of pass by the sun / maximum chance of seeing it during the day, then it could be easier to see... for a few
The disaster for viewing is if it breaks up BEFORE it passes by the sun.
BTW, I'm talking about November 28th.