- Sunday, 17 November 2013 17:26
- Written by Tom Glover
Both are right around the corner, but ISON will arrive first. : )
For all you sky-watchers out there, check this out:
Next Monday morning (Nov. 18), ISON will be passing close
to the bright 1st magnitude star Spica in Virgo. Using the handle of the Big Dipper, sweep an arc to the brilliant orange star Arcturus. Then continue that arc on to Spica. Using binoculars, ISON should still be readily be visible as a fuzzy star with a short tail.