According to media reports Comet ISON is not brightening as much as expected as it zooms toward the sun, an amateur astronomer has reported, dealing a blow to skywatchers hoping for a spectacular show from the icy wanderer during its close solar approach this November. Comet ISON is hurtling towards the centre of our Solar System at over 50,000 miles per hour.
Since early June, ISON has been unobservable because of its close proximity to the sun in our sky. The comet is now slowly moving out of the bright solar glare and is becoming better placed for viewing in the morning, low in the eastern sky just before sunrise.
But what media is not reporting is this, go to this link find the comet.
|Comet ISON Normal View|
And darken the image as dark as it will go up at the top of the left of the page.
|Comet Ison after using 3 time darker filter|
We want to know what YOU guys see, because what we see is NOT a comet!
And if its some kind of anomaly with the camera, then why are none of the other stars doing this as well?
NASA : Comet ISON's Path Through the Solar System