Comet Dust

Rosetta Mission Update | Rubble on 67P Defies Current Comet Theory

Update #4: On the surface of today’s most well-studied comet, we see fields of rubble everywhere. From great boulders down to gravel, sand and dust, a surface littered with debris. Why would an evaporating clump of ice and dust look more like the debris-strewn surface of Mars than any comet that scientist ever dared to dream of?

Watch Update #1: The Rocky Comet
Watch Update #2: Comets May Not Be What We Thought
Watch Update #3: Oops! No Water on Comet 67P?

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