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Canon 6D Lens 200mm F2.8 15 x 60 sec iso 1600


In this image I made a 3D reproduction on the computer to show what the inside of the comet would be on the left side, using the interior to demonstrate the relief in bright parts, with the center as the highest point of light. On the right side I did inversion technique as if the center were the darkest part. Comets are cosmic snowballs of frozen gases, rocks, and dust that orbit the Sun. When a comet's orbit approaches the Sun, it warms up and repels dust and gasses in a giant bright head, larger than most planets . Dust and gases form a tail that moves away from the Sun for millions of miles. Its diameter is estimated at 1.2 km. Some argue for electrochemical theory that comets, are formed by instance Sio2. Si and o2 are electrically separated, and each oxygen atom is first combined with one hydrogen atom to form the hydroxyl radical, another hydrogen atom to form water. Comets are neglected crystalline rocks. Much of what comets are made can not form in the cold darkness of space.




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