Comet ISON Still Has One Surprise Left! A Ghostly Goodbye In Mid-January 2014. A Comet ISON Meteor Shower. The Last Hurrah.

Anura Guruge, June 8, 2013.
Anura Guruge

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Click to ENLARGE. Updated image from my 'ISON for Kids' book.

Click to ENLARGE. Updated image from my ‘ISON for Kids’ book.

Just because it went POOF doesn’t mean it didn’t leave its mark.

It left millions and millions of miles of dust and debris in its wake
— along the path it followed towards its fateful
tryst with the Sun.

That it had a 20 – 30% chance of going POOF was always on the cards.

I had covered it, in my 5 possible perihelion scenarios,
in all my ISON books.

We also knew that the Earth would cross Comet ISON’s INBOUND trail in mid-January 2014.

That will still happen.

That should produce a meteor shower of some form.

That is a given. Laws of physics.

We will cut across the dust and debris it left behind.

Nearly all meteor showers have to do with Earth crossing the debris trail left behind by a comet.
We have talked about that before. So this is NOT magic.

I will, of course, keep you appraised as we get closer and closer.


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