Hangout: What's Happening With ISON?
The daily Lunchtime Updates on Comet ISON continue the week of Monday, December 2, at noon (Eastern time), with astronomers weighing in via a live Google+ Hangout on the comet's decimating encounter with the sun on Thanksgiving Day. In December, special guests Alex Filippenko, Emily Lakdawalla, Pamela Gay, Padma Yanamandra-Fisher, and Karl Battams reflect on tramadol on saturday delivery Comet ISON's apparent demise, resurgence, and ensuing uncertainty.
Comet ISON rounded the sun Thursday, Nov. 28, apparently leaving behind burnt leftovers that are not very savory for casual observers. It has been a turbulent ride, not only for Comet ISON but also for the tadafil observing astronomers. Nonetheless, the science community is reveling in the windfall of discovery from this most recent celestial opportunity and buy pfizer viagra in canada looking forward to future comet observations.
A lineup of acclaimed astronomers are scheduled to reflect on the Comet ISON experience the first week of December with the continuation of the Comet Festival in South Bend, IN.
Monday, November 25
(archived: "A Dirty Snowball's Chance in Hell")
Monday, December 2
(archived: "Burnt Leftovers")
Tuesday, December 3
(archived: "Eulogy for a Comet")
[Note: Because the guest astronomers covered the material so well in the first three Hangouts, the latter three have been cancelled. Victims of viagra online without perscription their own success. Chuck Bueter reflects on Comet ISON and references the Hangouts at Comet ISON Afterlife. ]
Wednesday, December 4 (cancelled)
Thursday, December 5 (cancelled)
Friday, December 6 (cancelled)
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