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Press Release 14-052
Global perspectives on a comet

ISON Comet Photography Contest winners provide images from around the world

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Photo of stars in the sky and the comet ISON

People's Choice award winner: Eric Cardoso, Setúbal, Portugal, "Comet ISON"

Credit: Eric Cardoso


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photo of comet Ison in the sky through a telescope

1st place Through the Scope: Damian Peach, Hampshire, U.K., "Broom Star"

Credit: Damian Peach


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Comet C/2012 S1 ISON as seen through the telescope

2nd place Through the Scope: Gerald Rhemann, Vienna, Austria, "Comet C/2012 S1 ISON"

Credit: Gerald Rhemann


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photo of Comet ISON over Pokhara City, Nepal

1st place Cameras and Tripods: Atish Aman, Delhi, India, "Comet ISON over Pokhara City, Nepal"

Credit: Atish Aman


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Comet ISON as seen above Port Medway, Nova Scotia at dusk

2nd place Cameras and Tripods: Barry Burgess, Nova Scotia, Canada, "Comet ISON, Port Medway, Nova Scotia"

Credit: Barry Burgess


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Photos of comet ISON Gossamer Tail & Disconnection Event

1st place Piggyback Cameras: John Chumack, Ohio, USA, "Comet ISON Gossamer Tail & Disconnection Event"

Credit: John Chumack


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Mercury and comet ISON in the sky over Korea

2nd place Piggyback Cameras: Gaeul Song, Korea, "Mercury and ISON"

Credit: Gaeul Song


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