posted on Nov, 29 2013 @ 07:40 PM
By this ISON Model it as already cross the ecliptic
I think "crossing the ecliptic" is wording it badly.
What is really mean is that the comet would be a distance of 1 AU from the sun, as seen from the top perspective.
This, as distinct from the "closest approach to the earth".
But in any case, nothing has changed. Its still now and always has been Dec31 for the former, and Dec27 for the latter. (Depending on which time zone
you're in changes things by a number of hours, of course)
So anyway... since nothing has changed, what was the point of this thread?
Edit - assuming the comet actually exists, that is. From what I've seen so far, a debris cloud was visible, but not a "comet".
edit on pmFridayfpm1 by alfa1 because: (no reason given)