Comet ISON could be brighter than the moon as it approaches Earth at the end of next year, according to reports by several astronomers. The comet -- if it survives its projected close trajectory with the sun -- is expected to blaze across Earth's sky from October 2013 through January 2014. The comet is expected to be similar to one reported in 1680, whose bright tail reportedly could be seen during the day.

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