Follow online the realtime images of ISON from the Solar Dynamics Observatory (SDO).
chart of 3 SDO views of comet ISON; diagram by NASAISON has already been heated in the last few days by the sun considerably and brightened by a factor of appr. 4 to 10.
Nobody knows what happens with ISON at this close encounter in advance, so we have to watch the following few hours and see if it survives!
Watch the two movies of ISON passing perihelion seen from the Solar and Heliospheric Observatory (SOHO) from the cameras LASCO C3 and LASCO C2.
Update 30. Nov: ISON got less brilliant on the SOHO LASCO images before reaching perihelion, so many observers believed ISON will disintegrate. But as spacewaether.com headlined the funeral was cancelled and ISON came back from the dead and reappeared after beeing hidden by the dark disk of the LASCO heliograph!
ISON passing sun at perihelion Image: ESA/NASA/SOHO LASCO C3
The above coronagraph movie shows also Coronal mass ejections (CME's). Notice the poor remnants of comet ISON in the upper right half leaving the sun back into the space!