As you all know Comet ISON will either hit the Sun or get thrown around it, the trajectory is on the NASA website and it gets updated when and if need be
http://www.nasa.gov/mission_pages/asteroids/news/asteroid20130205.html#.UkTqaoZ03L4 This is where NASA say it will go, for me, too near the Sun not to hit
This is the latest GIf picture of ISON getting real up, close and personal with ERIN, I love watching the Sky and this is what it is all about, I love this stuff
Comet C/2012 S1 ISON and asteroid 433 Eros captured on 24 September with iTelescope T4 at around 5:20 am local time in New Mexico, USA. The image is a stack of 10 x 60 second Luminance exposures. Images stacked then SUMMED using ImageJ, then contrast enhancement applied.