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There’s one astronomical event you should mark on your calendars, and that’s comet Ison. During August 2013, it should become bright enough to be visible through small telescopes or binoculars, becoming visible to the naked eye by late October or early November and remaining so until mid-January 2014. Click here to view the first image in today’s viral picture gallery. Continue reading for a video documentary of an 11-year-old’s trip to Google’s headquarters in 1999.