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    Re: Comet ISON
    From: Bill B
    Date: 2013 Nov 30, 17:22 -0500

    On 11/30/2013 4:30 PM, Frank Reed wrote:
    > Aha! To the lower left of the Sun, there is a bright star. In fact, it's
    > one of the 57 modern navigation stars.. Which one is it? And how do you
    > know?
    Antares. GHA noon UT Saturday 1d 5!6. Sun 2d 49.2.  Antares dec S 26d
    27!6. Sun S 21d 42.5
    

       
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