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A ‘Front-Row Seat’ to the Birth of a Comet

Por: The New York Times Science December 03, 2020

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As Douglas Adams once said: Space is big. Really big. Consequently, scientists see only tiny slivers of space at any given moment, so on those infrequent occasions when something new is observed, it’s a revelatory delight.Astronomers recently witnessed an enigmatic icy object in Jupiter’s shadow begin its transformation into a type of comet, one that sticks close to the sun. It’s the first time they’ve watched this happen.The object,... + full article



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