Comet C/2012 S1 ISON - NO NUCLEUS
Taken by Dr Paolo Candy on November 30, 2013 @ Italy
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No nucleus, only a great dust cloud that is fading ...!!!
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posting an other picture that is more evident the fading ...
Posted by astromazzo 2013-11-30 08:18:59
I have only a scientific impartial perspective ... no perspective of the heart ... and it is the only that man may have, when he want to investigate the universe! - Dr Paolo Candy - Ph. D. in Astronomy - Bologna University
Posted by astromazzo 2013-11-30 05:50:31
the most important is the brain! ... and how you use it ...
Posted by astromazzo 2013-11-30 06:28:35
I cant figure out what could be a when talking about a comet, but... Iam just wondering how a dust cloud can stay dense enough to bright, even under the intense influence of solar winds, flares and CMEs.
Posted by masf494 2013-11-30 06:38:12
the phrase negative perspective was omitted in my last comment (?).
Posted by masf494 2013-11-30 06:40:22
Seeing is believing the comet is fading is just left over dust from so call ISON.
Posted by castillo82 2013-11-30 09:59:29
THE BRAIN IS ALL WE HAVE ... NO SPECULATION!!! NO ELECTRONIC MANIPULATION!!! NO DOUBLE EXPOSURES OR OTHER SOFTWARES CAUMAFLAGES ... THE SIMPLEST IS THE BEST!!! ESPECIALLY IN SCIENCE ...
Posted by astromazzo 2013-11-30 13:31:05
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