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SOHO Sees Comet ISON Appear
Comet ISON moves ever closer to the sun in this movie from SOHO, captured in the early hours of 27 Nov. 2013. A coronal mass ejection explodes off the sun -- it is unlikely to damage ISON even if they cross paths.
SOHO Sees Comet ISON Appear
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