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Originally posted by Heartisblack
That was no comet, try humungous asteroid.
Originally posted by Skewed
reply to post by ckitch
On the other hand. I have not replaced a single light bulb in my house for over seven months. Then all of a sudden, last week I had two bulbs go out. Should I be concerned, is something going on?
Originally posted by frami12
reply to post by king Pop!p
Nasa doesn't know anything at all either!!
You're confusing Nucleus size with Coma. The Coma is like a very thin atmosphere of diffuse dust and gas. The Nucleus is the solid portion of the comet which is a small fraction of the size of the object you are seeing that is reflecting light, or the coma. A coma can be 100k times larger, or more, than the nucleus.
That thing had to be 1000x bigger then the Earth, if not, more.
First of all comets are far more complicated then simply balls of frozen water. Evidence has been showing that comets are made up of a multitude of elements which include solid rocky material.
Also, how could it have been a comet, if comets are ice celestial bodies? Shouldn't it have melted way before getting to the sun?
( Somethings NOT right with that that Object that struck the Sun. Has to be BS? )