COMET ISON C/2012 is COMING ! How are you going to view this celestial event?
Vixen has the right scopes and binoculars to help you track, view, and photograph the comet.
The comet was discovered by European and Russian Astronomers. November into January 2014. It will fly within 80,000 (1.2 million km) miles of the sun on November 28, 2013. This is 100 times closer to the sun than Earth. The path may cause the comet to break up. If the comet remains intact, it could appear brighter and bigger than the full moon, even during the day time. For a comprehensive month by month viewing guide, check out Earthsky.org.