I don't think this is an object near our sun but rather an after the fact manipulation of the original footage.
My two cents... unless I am missing something ?
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Micjer wrote:Playing devil's advocate here. The northern california video is puzzling because, shouldn't we all see the same thing. Have to lean towards it being an airplane unless someone else from a different part of the world posts similar pictures. We should all see the comet....the same as we can all see the moon or venus or the sun. Hope there is more pics from somewhere else.
While Comet Elenin may have broken up and faded, we still wait with great anticipation to see if its remnants will show in the Solar and Heliospheric Observatory’s C3 coronagraph, a device that blocks the brilliant solar disk so astronomers can see and study the sun’s outer atmosphere. Its field of view is large enough to include background stars, the passing planets and the occasional comet that happens to swing by. Elenin will arrive at the far left edge of the view sometime on Friday and exit to the upper right around September 28-29.