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Check out this Comet ISON interactive model

Michal Sadlon of Inove Virtual Environments dropped a note to EarthSky earlier today (November 5, 2013) with word of their Comet ISON interactive model. The model visualizes the comet’s current position, assumed trajectory, and many important moments as Comet ISON hurtles toward its November 28, 2013 perihelion – or closest approach – to the sun. The model also contains interesting features – such as movement in time or realistic mode. Don’t just watch it! Click around on it – play with it – to get the full effect.

Thank you, Michal Sadlon and Inove!

November 5, 2013
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