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Comets are cosmic snowballs of frozen gases, rock and dust roughly the size of a small town. When a comet's orbit brings it close to the sun, it heats up and spews dust and gases into a giant glowing head larger than most planets. The dust and gases form a tail that stretches away from the sun for millions of kilometers.

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21 Mar 2003 Rosetta Update European Space Agency
14 Mar 2003 Stardust Status Jet Propulsion Laboratory
3 Mar 2003 No-Show Meteors Spaceweather.com
28 Feb 2003 A Rare Meteor Shower Science@NASA
28 Feb 2003 Stardust Status Jet Propulsion Laboratory
27 Feb 2003 Bits of the Ancient Solar System Found in Earth's Atmosphere NASA Headquarters
21 Feb 2003 Stardust Status Jet Propulsion Laboratory
14 Feb 2003 Stardust Status Report Jet Propulsion Laboratory
12 Feb 2003 Surf the Web to See the Sun-Dancing Comet European Space Agency
7 Feb 2003 A NEAT Comet Spaceweather.com
7 Feb 2003 Stardust Status Jet Propulsion Laboratory
4 Feb 2003 Defending the Earth National Optical Astronomy Observatory
31 Jan 2003 Stardust Status Jet Propulsion Laboratory
28 Jan 2003 Hot Comet Spaceweather.com
23 Jan 2003 Rosetta Down, But Not Out The Planetary Society
23 Jan 2003 How Did Water Get to Earth? University of Arizona
21 Jan 2003 New Challenges for Delayed Rosetta Mission European Space Agency
17 Jan 2003 Stardust Status Jet Propulsion Laboratory
14 Jan 2003 Rosetta Launch Delayed European Space Agency
14 Jan 2003 Dinosaurs Weathered a Lot in the End Pennsylvania State University
10 Jan 2003 Stardust Status Jet Propulsion Laboratory
8 Jan 2003 A Novel Way to Search for Comets Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory
7 Jan 2003 Rosetta Launch Decision in One Week Arianspace
30 Dec 2002 Rosetta Launch Delayed European Space Agency
20 Dec 2002 Stardust Status Jet Propulsion Laboratory
 
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21 Mar 2003 Rosetta Update European Space Agency
14 Mar 2003 Stardust Status Jet Propulsion Laboratory
3 Mar 2003 No-Show Meteors Spaceweather.com
28 Feb 2003 A Rare Meteor Shower Science@NASA
28 Feb 2003 Stardust Status Jet Propulsion Laboratory
27 Feb 2003 Bits of the Ancient Solar System Found in Earth's Atmosphere NASA Headquarters
21 Feb 2003 Stardust Status Jet Propulsion Laboratory
14 Feb 2003 Stardust Status Report Jet Propulsion Laboratory
12 Feb 2003 Surf the Web to See the Sun-Dancing Comet European Space Agency
7 Feb 2003 A NEAT Comet Spaceweather.com
7 Feb 2003 Stardust Status Jet Propulsion Laboratory
4 Feb 2003 Defending the Earth National Optical Astronomy Observatory
31 Jan 2003 Stardust Status Jet Propulsion Laboratory
28 Jan 2003 Hot Comet Spaceweather.com
23 Jan 2003 Rosetta Down, But Not Out The Planetary Society
23 Jan 2003 How Did Water Get to Earth? University of Arizona
21 Jan 2003 New Challenges for Delayed Rosetta Mission European Space Agency
17 Jan 2003 Stardust Status Jet Propulsion Laboratory
14 Jan 2003 Rosetta Launch Delayed European Space Agency
14 Jan 2003 Dinosaurs Weathered a Lot in the End Pennsylvania State University
10 Jan 2003 Stardust Status Jet Propulsion Laboratory
8 Jan 2003 A Novel Way to Search for Comets Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory
7 Jan 2003 Rosetta Launch Decision in One Week Arianspace
30 Dec 2002 Rosetta Launch Delayed European Space Agency
20 Dec 2002 Stardust Status Jet Propulsion Laboratory
 
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