In a reversal that would make a comic book writer blush, scientists seem ready to resurrect Comet ISON after its untimely Thanksgiving demise. Over the holidays, NASA brought leading astronomers together to watch Comet ISON as the flying bundle of material made its first and only trip around the sun. But the viewing ended up being an astronomical snuff film: ISON seemed to die as it passed by the sun. New photos show ISON streaming past the sun. Some scientists noticed ISONs remnants brightly shining on the other side of the sun yesterday, and NASA admits now they may have been on to something.