UPDATE: 11/30/2013 Comet ISON Barely Survives Encounters With Sun, see gif below. Click photo to activate gif.
Actual science, and Comet ISON trajectory reports have debunked conspiracy theorist bullshit. Conspiracy theorist on Youtube, Twitter, and Facebook are all abuzz claiming that Comet ISON fragments will hit Earth, and that it is the winged planet, mysterious Planet X and to be a Nibiru cataclysm. It’s total bullshit.
The actual trajectory reports show that the closest that Comet ISON (on December 26, 2013) will get to Earth is 64.2 million km, which is 167 times further away than the Moon. Regarding Mars, Comet ISON will pass by 10.8 million km from Mars on October 1st., 2013. It will be visible to the naked-eye in the Southern Hemisphere from November 28, 2013 to around Mid-December.
If you believe conspiracy crap yourself, you need to ask yourself how much of what they say actually happens? Not much. That’s because they just want to scare you and give you something unrealistic to fear. You should do your own research, and look at actual reports from scientist, and astronomers. The conspiracy theorist are even lying on Coast to Coast AM and saying that NASA is not reporting the trajectory of Comet ISON, when they are, it’s right there if you look. Also, other sane amateur astronomers, and scientist around the world are reporting the actual trajectory as well.
See an Interactive Comet ISON Model
Check out these trajectory video made by actual scientist at NASA:
NASA – Chasing Comet ISON – Trajectory
“On Oct. 1, ISON passes within about 6.5 million miles (10.5 million km) of Mars. As it goes by, it may be visible to some of NASA’s Mars rovers and satellites, including the Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter and Curiosity.
The Sungrazing comets often shed large fragments or even completely disrupt following close encounters with the sun, but for ISON neither fate is a forgone conclusion. Whatever happens, scientists will be able to learn more about comets by how it interacts with the sun’s tenuous atmosphere, the corona.hen, on Nov. 28, ISON will make a sweltering passage around the sun. The comet will approach within about 730,000 miles (1.2 million km) of its visible surface, which classifies ISON as a sungrazing comet. In late November, its icy material will furiously sublimate and release torrents of dust as the surface erodes under the sun’s fierce heat, all as sun-monitoring satellites look on. Around this time, the comet may become bright enough to glimpse just by holding up a hand to block the sun’s glare.
Following ISON’s solar swingby, the comet will depart the sun and move toward Earth, appearing in morning twilight through December. The comet will swing past Earth on Dec. 26, approaching within 39.9 million miles (64.2 million km) or about 167 times farther than the moon.” – NASA