How Does a Comet Begin and End?


A comet is composed if rock, ice, frozen gasses, and dust particles. It is thought that comets are remnants of materials leftover from the formation of the solar system, 4.5 billion years ago.
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The Comet begins to form out of rock, dust, and ice. As it travels it eventually begins to melt and then the melted part forms a tail as it orbits the sun. Eventually the entire comet melts and dies out.
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