Comet 67P/C-G fires its jets


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New images from Rosetta show that the jets of material coming off Comet 67P/C-G’s nucleus come from specific locations.

Posted from Sedona, where we are off to visit some Indian ruins.

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  • danae

    Is it likely, in light of where the material is being ejected, that the comet will eventually split into two pieces?

  • danae

    Is it likely, in light of the location where the material is being ejected, that the comet will eventually break into two pieces?

  • Oops, sorry for the double posting. The “Captcha” word outsmarted me.

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