Oh well. Looks like ISON was no match for the sun. Stupid sun. But there is Comet Lovejoy, current visible with binoculars and the naked eye in darker ...
Oh well. Looks like ISON was no match for the sun. Stupid sun. But there is Comet Lovejoy, current visible with binoculars and the naked eye in darker spots of the world. Were it visible, Comet Watch will let you track it from now through the early part of next year. Or whenever. Powered by Distant Suns, Comet Watch will fill your sky with thousands of glistening stars, planets and constellations. â—¦ Compass aware (iPhone/iPad only). Simply aim and gaze. â—¦ Shows the distance to Lovejoy, updated every second. â—¦ Use augmented reality viewing to overlay the sky with your local landscape â—¦ Integrated with NASA's Night Sky Network space events in your area (US only at present) â—¦ What's Up? Gives a quick one snapshot overview of the evening's sky â—¦ Realistic ghostly band of the Milky Way â—¦ Orbit above the Earth, see the current weather patterns â—¦ GPS aware â—¦ Up to date news feed provided by Astronomy Magazine Twitter: @distantsuns, @lazyastronomer AIM : lazyastronomer Support: www.distantsuns.com
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