A pristine comet called ISON, which left its home at least a million years ago, will be making its closest approach to the sun on Thanksgiving day. Gautam Naik reports.
Update: The contents of this video has been explained. There was a new moon that rose that night at 3:28 a.m. That, coupled with the exposure time of the camera, caused the new moon to appear very bright. The anomaly is the new moon.
You tell me. A very bright object rises with the stars before the sun comes up at 3:20 the morning of 9/24/2011. On 9/25/2011 there was a new moon, this object is much to big and bright to be Venus, which rose at 7:20 the morning. Jupiter, also a bright object, rose at 8:20 the evening before. There seems to be no explanation for this other than… What?