Many in the astronomy community do not agree with the recent conclusions of one astronomer that Comet ISON is likely a dud.


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The uncertainty of science: Many in the astronomy community do not agree with the recent conclusions of one astronomer that Comet ISON is likely to be a dud.

The arguments from both sides are quite interesting. Stay tuned. We will find out in only a few more months.

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  • Kelly Starks

    Comets don’t seem to fit in anyones theories.

    Come to think of it – does anyone have a solid handel on the number of old comets drifting in NEO space? A few aer known, and are extreamly rich in valuble volitals – but I don’t remember any projections of numbers?

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