We Finally Know What’s Inside Rosetta’s Comet

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Scientists have long pondered what lies beneath the surface of comet 67P, but a study out in Nature this week has the answer: dust. Lots and lots of dust. I was hoping for space gremlins, but to planetary scientists this result is almost as exciting. Read more…

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We Finally Know What’s Inside Rosetta’s Comet

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