Ison, is a very special comet dubbed "the comet of the century" and it will be in our skies very soon. Its 2miles wide, its tail is about 8 miles long and should be at its best first two weeks of December. (early morning in the UK). But it passes very close to the sun on Thursday and it could be ripped apart. What's the best way to capture it? Either stills or time lapse. Might be an issue for some/me with temperatures dropping below freezing. Be good to see images taken from around the world.