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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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6 Jan 2004 Headed Home Jet Propulsion Laboratory
3 Jan 2004 Stardust Snags Samples Particle Physics and Astronomy Research Council
2 Jan 2004 Comet Catch Jet Propulsion Laboratory
2 Jan 2004 Stardust's Wild Ride Jet Propulsion Laboratory
31 Dec 2003 Shields Up NASA Headquarters
31 Dec 2003 A Grain of Stardust Science@NASA
31 Dec 2003 Busy New Year University of Chicago
30 Dec 2003 Closing in on Wild 2 Jet Propulsion Laboratory
30 Dec 2003 Complete Coverage NASA Headquarters
19 Dec 2003 Stardust Status Jet Propulsion Laboratory
19 Dec 2003 Sampling Wild 2 University of Washington
18 Dec 2003 Rosetta Ready European Space Agency
16 Dec 2003 Catch a Comet Particle Physics and Astronomy Research Council
5 Dec 2003 Stardust Status Jet Propulsion Laboratory
21 Nov 2003 Rosetta Update European Space Agency
20 Nov 2003 Dinosaur Killer? University of Rochester
14 Nov 2003 Stardust Status Jet Propulsion Laboratory
11 Nov 2003 Rosetta Launch Preparations Continue European Space Agency
28 Oct 2003 Rosetta Ready to Roll European Space Agency
17 Oct 2003 Stardust Status Jet Propulsion Laboratory
15 Oct 2003 CONTOUR Mishap Investigation NASA Headquarters
10 Oct 2003 Stardust Status Jet Propulsion Laboratory
3 Oct 2003 Stardust Status Jet Propulsion Laboratory
25 Sep 2003 Dinosaur Destruction Princeton University
19 Sep 2003 Stardust Status Jet Propulsion Laboratory
 
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6 Jan 2004 Headed Home Jet Propulsion Laboratory
3 Jan 2004 Stardust Snags Samples Particle Physics and Astronomy Research Council
2 Jan 2004 Comet Catch Jet Propulsion Laboratory
2 Jan 2004 Stardust's Wild Ride Jet Propulsion Laboratory
31 Dec 2003 Shields Up NASA Headquarters
31 Dec 2003 A Grain of Stardust Science@NASA
31 Dec 2003 Busy New Year University of Chicago
30 Dec 2003 Closing in on Wild 2 Jet Propulsion Laboratory
30 Dec 2003 Complete Coverage NASA Headquarters
19 Dec 2003 Stardust Status Jet Propulsion Laboratory
19 Dec 2003 Sampling Wild 2 University of Washington
18 Dec 2003 Rosetta Ready European Space Agency
16 Dec 2003 Catch a Comet Particle Physics and Astronomy Research Council
5 Dec 2003 Stardust Status Jet Propulsion Laboratory
21 Nov 2003 Rosetta Update European Space Agency
20 Nov 2003 Dinosaur Killer? University of Rochester
14 Nov 2003 Stardust Status Jet Propulsion Laboratory
11 Nov 2003 Rosetta Launch Preparations Continue European Space Agency
28 Oct 2003 Rosetta Ready to Roll European Space Agency
17 Oct 2003 Stardust Status Jet Propulsion Laboratory
15 Oct 2003 CONTOUR Mishap Investigation NASA Headquarters
10 Oct 2003 Stardust Status Jet Propulsion Laboratory
3 Oct 2003 Stardust Status Jet Propulsion Laboratory
25 Sep 2003 Dinosaur Destruction Princeton University
19 Sep 2003 Stardust Status Jet Propulsion Laboratory
 
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