Comets

Dylan Hohlstein

"Comets"

A small forzen mass of dust and gas revolving around the sun.

More Details

  • Comets are pretty objects made of ice, dirt, gravel, rock, frozen gases.
  • The size of a comet is .5 to 12 miles wide, to small for telescopes.
  • The nickname of a comet is "dirty snowball".
  • can only see a comet when its near the sun.
  • http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Comet


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Info Sources

  • Miller, Ron. "Comets." Asteroids, comets, meteros. New York, NY: 2006. 42-45., . . Print.