Rosetta's Comet Sparkles with Ice, Blows Dust From Sinkholes - Universe Today
Comet 67P/C-G may be tiny at just 2.5 miles (4 km) across, but its diverse landscapes and the processes that shape them astound. To say nature packs a lot into small packages is an understatement. In newly-released images taken by Rosetta’s high-resolution OSIRIS science camera, the comet almost seems alive. Sunlight glints off icy boulders and pancaking sinkholes … Continue reading "Rosetta’s Comet Sparkles with Ice, Blows Dust From Sinkholes"
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