Comet ISON links from around the web
When we first started thinking about content for our blog, one of the first things we did was a Google search on 'Comet ISON'. Over and over again, the question of whether Comet ISON would hit the Earth came up.
Comet PanSTARRS sweeps through the sky over Los Angeles, Calif.
Tony Darnell hosts a Hubble Hangout with astronomers and planetary scientists.
BLOG EXCLUSIVE: By following the stars instead of Comet ISON, the Hubble Heritage team has created an image that showcases ISON over a tableaux of deep space.
Talk about Comet ISON with Hubble astronomers.
A look back at the comets that made us laugh, and cry, and hide under furniture. This week we remember Comet McNaught, a dazzler that wowed the Southern Hemisphere in 2007.
On April 10, the Hubble Telescope observed ISON for the first time, revealing new details and a surprising amount of activity.
Comets probably don't look the way you think they look. At least not all of the time.
Let's get those big questions out of the way.