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Interesting about comets

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You are the only one who is looking at the sky at night, and try to recognize the stars in the sky. Any of these stars in the sky are planets, some stars or stars, some or comet.

Let's find out some information about this comet today.


Comet is a small part of the solar system that moves around the center of m ~ h. When it comes near m ~ h, it looks like a long line of light on one side, we call this a lot a tail or a broom.



A comet m ~ h, the closer it is, the more chance it will be to increase the tail. This trail is created by the production of potassium dioxide and some other compounds.


Did you ever think that comet is made by what is made of ice, dust and small stones?


Comet English Synonyms comet, derived from a Greek word meaning 'head hair'. Greek philosopher Aristotle named them 'stars with hair' meaning 'hairstyle'


The rotation of the passing comet goes down to 200 years, and it is more than 200 years for the lasting comet.


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Halley's Comet


# Halley's comet is the world's most popular comet.

# It is called a passing comet because it takes 200 years to travel around it once.

# Today, thousands of years ago people are known to see this comet. Babilan, China and Europe have tried to write Halil's comet.


# After every 75 or 76 years, the comet appears in the eyes only from the earth.

Last seen in 1986, it will be seen again in 2061.

# The English astronomer Edmund Halley's first comic meter hides the time when it is rotated. It is named after the comet.


When it was last seen in 1986, scientists get the opportunity to review it using the airplane. It is possible to correct many misconceptions, as well as to correct some of the old information and concepts. As previously thought, the amount of glacier ice is much higher. However, the evidence is proven that the amount is very low.


The original name of the tail is called 'coma', which is made of steam of water and carbonated oxide.


Halley's comet's coma can be up to 100,000 kilometers long, but its nucleus is very small, which is about 15 kilometers long, 8 kilometers wide and 8 kilometers thick.


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Shumaker-Levi 9 Comet


In July 1994, Dhumketu collided with the planet Jupiter.

The diameter of the largest section was 2 kilometers long and it hit Jupiter 60 kilometers / second speed.

Astronomer Eugene M., Caroline Shumaker, and David Levy mark the comet in March 1993.

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