A newly discovered comet will likely shine brighter than the moon when it passes Earth in 2013, according to a team of Russian astronomers. Astronomers say amateur astronomers will have the chance to observe the comet in early November through the first few weeks of January 2014. The object is officially known as Comet ISON, named for the International Scientific Optical Network which discovered the comet... To continue reading, subscribe to The Space Reporter today.
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