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reply to post by chrismir
Ison got hit with heavy x flare, it stripped the tail back and widened it. It also split ison into at least three pieces. But ison is massive, nasa has been not telling the truth about it so don't listen to them.
Check out bpearthwatch on YouTube, he puts out the best down and dirty vids.
There is a wealth of information out there, from reliable sources, and why anyone would choose to listen to random youtube videos over actual data, from tried and true methods and sources...... is beyond me.
Observers from the Northern Hemisphere are best located to view ISON in the early mornings before and after it passes its perihelion. Those in the Southern Hemisphere may be able to view the comet low in the east at dawn until November 28.