Now that August has come and gone, it's apparent that the 'Comet of the Century' train has left the station but that hasn't stopped the media outlets from using that term to describe this comet. In the past few days the comet has undergone significant brightening but not enough to overcome the dismal stagnation that it went through since late summer. Here are a couple of headlines that appeared this week..... 'Comet Of The Century' Is Coming, And Here's Where You Can See It' (Huffington Post).............."Looking for the 'comet of the century'? Watch ISON online" (NBC News)........."Interactive ‘Comet of the Century’ Tracker: Where’s ISON Now?" (TIME Magazine).
Anyway, with a little effort this morning I was able to get a lousy photograph of the smudge of ice that Comet ISON currently is.
|Don't see it, do you?|
|Comet of the Misinformation Age|