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Did All of Earth’s Water Originally Come From Outer Space?

June 27, 2014 1:12 pm0 comments
Did All of Earth’s Water Originally Come From Outer Space?

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A comet carrying enough water to fill a small lake broke apart near the sun in 2000. It was a great surprise, providing astronomers with the first tangible evidence to support a controversial theory that Earth’s water may have arrived …

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Comet ISON Has Not Broken Up And You Will See It Soon

October 21, 2013 2:34 pm0 comments
Comet ISON Has Not Broken Up And You Will See It Soon

Image: cometison2013.co.uk Some experts had believed that comet ISON had broken up or was fizzling out, but recent Hubble telescope imagery reveals that the comet and its nucleus is perfectly intact — and it is brightening — and could become the brightest comet we’ve seen in 2,000 years…   …and could become 15 times brighter […]

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Comet ISON To Reign Down Fire In January 2014?

September 13, 2013 8:55 am0 comments
Comet ISON To Reign Down Fire In January 2014?

Scientists are calling it the comet of the century. Newly discovered comet ISON is due to make its spectacular appearance beginning November 2013 as it begins its close approach and whiplash around the sun. It’s what happens afterwards that could be a problem…   Image: space.com Come ISON was only discovered one year ago, in […]

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Brighter Comet Yet to Come in ‘Year of the comet’

March 11, 2013 6:03 pm0 comments
Brighter Comet Yet to Come in ‘Year of the comet’

The Pan-STARRS comet, visible to the naked eye this week, kicks off 2013 as ‘year of the comet’.

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Naked-Eye Comet May Appear in March

February 12, 2013 6:36 am0 comments
Naked-Eye Comet May Appear in March

Our solar system is expecting a visitor called Comet Pan-STARRS, which might be visible in the evening sky during most of March.
Pan-STARRS came from the Oort Cloud, the enormous cloud of comets that surrounds our solar system. It contains ice and…

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