How Do Comets Form?


Comets are small bodies located in the solar system composed of ice, dust, and carbon. They are formed by gaseous clouds swirling and drawing in surrounding materials to make large clumps.
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Oh wow, if you believe in billions of years ago then you will believe that the comet was formed four and a half billion years ago from a big giant, diffuse cloud of gas collapsed.
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