In case you missed the international space station going over Buffalo on Saturday because it was snowing, there is something else coming this year and it will be brighter than the moon!

Comet of Sydney, Australia (Getty)

2013 will be a great year for spotting comets! Astronomers say Comet ISON's path is similar to one that passed by Earth in 1680 with a tail so bright that it could allegedly be seen in daylight. There is a possibility that Comet ISON could break apart as it nears the sun or it could fail to produce a tail of ice particles visible from Earth but I hope we get a great show! It will be closest to Earth in November or December of this year.