New Comet Took Shape From the Debris of Comet ATLAS

Comet ATLAS keeps surprising astronomers as it seems that a new comet has taken shape from the debris left by the shattered space rock. Space enthusiasts have been monitoring the trajectory of Comet ATLAS this year as it traveled through...

ESA’s Solar Orbiter to Study Comet ATLAS’ Tail in an Unprecedented Opportunity

‚ÄčLast month, Comet ATLAS started to fall apart, but astronomers reportedly found a new chance to analyze its debris. The opportunity is achievable by the trajectory of Solar Orbiter probe, a collaborative mission between NASA and ESA. Although the spacecraft...

Comet SWAN Emitted Powerful Outburst, Suggesting Possible Fragmenting

The newly-discovered Comet SWAN, or C/2020 F8, that's been wandering through the Solar System, was spotted emitting a powerful outburst. The comet was first identified on April 11th of this year and is expected to show up at the orbit...
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Hubble Space Telescope Observed The Demise Of Comet ATLAS

Two images captured by Hubble on April 20 and April 23 reveal more details about the demise of the anticipated comet ATLAS, which began to disintegrate at the start of the month. In both images, a number of fragments can...
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Comet Atlas Dimmed And Is Dying In Its Way To The Sun

Many stargazers and astronomers anticipated the approach of Comet Atlas, which was thought to be the brightest comet visible with the naked eye of the decade. Sadly the comet disintegrated into a rain of debris, and the spectacular event did...

Newly-Discovered Comet Swan is Predicted to Approach Earth’s Orbit

A team of experts has identified a gigantic comet that will allegedly flyby Earth and the other inner planets. Throughout 2019, researchers have been monitoring Comet Atlas, which was expected to be seen moving across the Solar System as it...
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Poisonous Comet Atlas Has Visited The Solar System 5 Millennia Ago Too

One of the current cosmic events is the Comet Atlas itinerary through the Solar System. From January to March, it was a guest in Ursa Major. Starting April, Atlas mas moved to the constellation of Camelopardalis, but it will stay...