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You could be in for a treat this week — if you wake up early and the skies are clear.
A comet named ISON should be visible through binoculars over the southeastern horizon.
Astronomy websites are hyping Ison’s passage as the best in more than a decade. But a lot depends on a close encounter with the sun next week.
From the Here & Now Contributors Network, Tom Banse of Northwest News Network explains.